We are blessed to have a proven champion of gun violence prevention running for Congress in Pennsylvania’s 4th congressional district in November 2018. Shira Goodman has taken a leave of absence as executive director of the gun control group Ceasefire PA to contend for the seat as a Democrat.
The very first priority that Shira lists on her campaign website is Gun Violence Prevention. Her statement reads as follows: “Suicides represent an especially high percentage of the gun deaths in Montgomery County, [Pennsylvania] and suicides attempted with guns are much more likely to be completed. We know how to solve the uniquely American problem of gun violence, but our officials in Harrisburg and Washington, D.C. are unwilling to stand up for their constituents. They sacrifice lives for the sake of appeasing the greedy gun lobby … Shira will work tirelessly to break the logjam and help us treat this as the public health crisis it is.”
One Pulse for America director Ladd Everitt has had the pleasure of working with Shira in the National Gun Violence Prevention Coalition for many years. “Shira fought the NRA to a stand-still in Pennsylvania before the cultural awakening on guns that happened in the wake of the Parkland shooting,” said Ladd. “I am so excited to see what she can accomplish in the U.S. House of Representatives. We can count 100% on her vote, every time.”
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Thoughts and prayers won't save lives – but commonsense gun laws will.
Posted by Vote Shira Goodman for Congress on Thursday, April 12, 2018
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