Gun Control Opponents Vow Week Of Effort To Defeat Malloy

by Daniela Altimari  |  published on October 29, 2014

Connecticut has no provision in its Constitution to recall elected officials, but critics of gun control say their chance to oust Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and other political opponents will come on Election Day.

“Let us make Nov. 4, 2014 … Connecticut’s recall election,” Scott Wilson, president of the Connecticut Citizens Defense League, said. “Let’s finally end this bad chapter in our state’s history and remove Dan Malloy from office.”

The CCDL held a press conference on the steps of the Capitol Monday to start a week of activism in advance of next week’s election. The group said it will also operate phone banks and canvass its 16,000 members in an all-out effort to drive Malloy from office.

Defeating Malloy has been the CCDL’s top mission since the Democratic governor signed a host of new gun rules and restrictions in response to the Sandy Hook school shootings.

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