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Lessons Learned!
The California Recall Failure! 
Although votes are still being counted and the election has not yet been certified, somewhere around 7.4 million Californians vote “no” on the recall compared to only 4.4 million “yes” votes. There are around 22 million registered voters in California and millions more who are eligible to vote, but are not registered.  
The lesson learned is that campaign activities focused on registering new voters and assisting registered voters in voting before election day or on election day are effective. The “no” on recall volunteers were far more organized, more active, and better funded. Governor Newsom raised $58 million to fight his recall. The combined money raised to recall Governor Newsom was only a fraction of Newsom’s total. Combined, the candidates running to replace Newsom raised around $26 million.  
In summary, we were outworked, outspent, and out organized. While the candidates were focused on beating each other, efforts to convince voters to show and vote “yes” on the recall suffered. This resulted in a low voter turnout in an already tough campaign where every vote mattered. Activities like getting voters to register and then turn in their ballot are important and effective.    
#NotMeRC In the Spotlight!
Name: Marci
#NotMeRC Ambassador
I am a lifelong firearms enthusiast, an insured CCW holder, member of NRA, certified and insured NRA Instructor, member of California Rifle and Pistol, member of the RCGO, and an Ambassador for the #NotMeRC program. I am happily and wonderfully married and have three adult children, two adult step children, two grandchildren, my husband and I have recently fostered a family of three young children through the state of California and we have four fantastic dogs. I am an avid motorcycle rider, and have been riding since I was 5. I ride both street bikes and dirt bikes in whatever spare time I can find. My family loves camps and desert riding. My husband and I enjoy our sport bikes together. I have a love for baseball, I played ball for over 22 years, and coached little league years ago. I have a diverse background that includes providing both instruction and leadership. I am on my Church’s first responders/Safety team as one of the first civilian CCW holders that attend regularly. My other contributions to the community and church was my service in children ministries and assisting with both global outreach and special needs ministries. I am a trained and registered CERT team member to serve the community in a time of crisis. I also am a certified dog training instructor with my own training business and volunteer and network with 501c3 rescues, in addition to fostering and training troubled dogs.
The #NotMeRC program is a mentor/mentee referral service run by women for women to help them:
  • Obtain firearms training
  • Get assistance in choosing and purchasing a firearm
  • Obtain a CCW
How does the program work?
A potential client can fill out the application for service on our website: Once received, the project manager reviews the application and assigns the client to an Ambassador. An Ambassador then contacts the client to begin the process of walking them through whatever their firearm needs are. After the client has been successfully helped, their case is closed and the Ambassador is given a new client to work with. Most of our Ambassadors are also NRA certified trainers. They are very knowledgeable in all aspects of firearms training and purchasing. RCGO also offers an online CCW seminar once a month. Check the RCGO website for upcoming dates. 
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The witch is dead! President Biden has withdrawn David Chipman as his nominee to head the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF). After a protracted nomination process, the votes simply were not there to confirm Chipman. Defeating this nomination was a huge win for all Americans.
ATF is a highly politicized agency and has been so for a very long time. So much so that the Senate has confirmed only one nominee in the past fifteen years. The stated mission of the ATF is….. Read More Here.
Murrieta Police Chief Tony Conrad
Anti-Second Amendment!
Riverside County Gun Owners Warns Murrieta Residents to Avoid Getting CCWs From Murrieta Police Department!
Riverside County Gun Owners (RCGO), a political action committee (PAC) promoting Second Amendment rights, is warning all Murrieta residents to avoid applying for a Carry Concealed Weapon permit (CCW) through the Murrieta Police Department. Instead, applicants should utilize the CCW process through the Riverside County Sheriff’s Licensing Department.
“Murrieta was the first to start issuing CCWs under the previous sheriff. At the time, it took years to get a CCW, and we are grateful for their initiative,” said Michael Schwartz, on behalf of RCGO. “But a lot has changed, and Murrieta Police Chief Tony Conrad is frankly ripping off Murrieta residents by unnecessarily charging an additional $150 for every application.”
Unlike Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco, or any county in California, Chief Conrad requires that 100% of CCW applicants complete the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 (MMPI-2) test before they are issued a CCW. The MMPI-2 does not test an applicant’s sanity, nor does the test make a determination on a person’s mental health condition. The MMPI-2 is most often used to pre-test law enforcement, fire, and public safety employees to see if the applicant’s personality is optimal for training and on-the-job performance in those specific fields. Under California CCW laws, there is no requirement by the state that a personality test be administered nor is there a requirement that citizens have the same personality as a police officer. 
“RCGO met with Chief Conrad to make a simple and reasonable request — bring your process into parity with Riverside County and the rest of California. Stop the 100% requirement and only use these personality tests on applicants as needed,” said Schwartz. “Chief Conrad refused to even consider our request and said he did not want to allow ‘certain personalities’ to have a CCW. Yet, he was unable to define which personalities he dislikes. He went on to admit that even though he has never denied a permit based on the test results, he would not consider removing what is essentially a $150 personality tax.”    
According to the Murrieta Police Department website, the MMPI-2 test is administered by two outside vendors and costs $150 per applicant. Chief Conrad went on record saying that he did not agree that the test is a personality test, but the name of the test and Chief Conrad’s subsequent statements contradict his claim.         
“Chief Conrad is requiring applicants to go through this personality test to see if he likes you enough to issue a CCW for self-protection, and he charges you $150 for the privilege,” Schwartz said. “Murietta’s city council clearly was working for the people of their city when they implemented their CCW program, but Chief Conrad does not appear to have their best interests in mind. It is fair to wonder whose best interest he does have in mind. I was surprised by Chief Conrad’s hardline stance, and now RCGO is not only concerned about a personality test being an unusual roadblock to your ability to defend yourself, but now I am wondering why that $150 fee is so important to him and his department. Regardless of the results of an investigation into those fees, nobody hired a police chief to judge an applicant’s personality. It is outrageous that he refuses to remove a test that is not required, that is not relevant to your ability to defend your life, and that he admitted isn’t used to deny applicants. Yet, it is required for 100% of CCW applicants. It needs to end.”
If you would like to voice your disapproval and call for an end to Chief Conrad’s personality test requirement for all applicants, please call him directly at (951) 461-6309 and send him an email at Despite how frustrated we all are, please be respectful and polite. 
Founded in 2019, Riverside County Gun Owners is a registered political action committee (FPPC #1419037) and advocacy organization focused on organizing the gun industry and community and protecting the U.S. Constitution’s Second Amendment right to bear arms.
RCGO provides Second Amendment advocacy organization providing news and information on new gun laws, along with expanding and restoring Second Amendment rights in Riverside County. For more information visit:
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Saturday, September 25, 2021
Warrior One Guns and Ammo, 2222 E La Cadena Dr, Unit H, Riverside, CA 92507
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Ontario Convention Center, 2000 E Convention Center Way, Ontario, CA 91764
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Saturday, October 9
The Shootist, 24910 Washington Ave, Murrieta, CA 92562
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Saturday, October 23
Turner’s Outdoorsman, 2246 Griffin Way, Corona, CA 92879
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Saturday & Sunday, November 6 & 7, 2021
National Orange Show Events Center, 689 South “E” Street, San Bernardino, CA 92408
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Saturday, November 13, 2021
Rainbow Range and Gun Club, 3149 Rainbow Valley Blvd, Fallbrook, CA 92028
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Saturday, November 20, 2021
Riverside Indoor Shooting Range, 11631 Sterling Ave, Riverside, CA 92503
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