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Welcome to IGOLD – Illinois Gun Owner Lobby Day, April 6 2022

Bank of Springfield Center, Springfield, IL

 

10:15 Doors Open

 

11:45 am Legislative Briefing:  Packet includes a directory of legislator offices and phone numbers. Due to COVID restrictions organized groups can not enter the Capitol.

 

12:00 pm:  Speakers

 

1:00 – 1:15 pm – Prepare for the March to the Capitol – The women are urged to take the lead at the head of the march!  A bus is available at the north side of Washington St exit for those unable to walk.

 

Rally on the Lincoln Steps after the March.

 

Do Not Return to the Bank of Springfield Center.

Bus pickup will be on the North side of the Capitol on Monroe St.

 

 

IGOLD

Illinois Gun Owner Lobby Day (IGOLD) was started back in the early ‘90’s to put a face on Illinois gun owners. Up until that time the media had portrayed gun owners and those who believed in the Second Amendment as some knuckle dragging Neanderthal throw backs, barely worthy of being called humans. IGOLD helped change that although the mainstream media still labels gun owners that way, when they can get away with it. 
 
The first ISRA Lobby Day was attended by about 200 people. Among those attending were four undercover policemen. In 2006, the ISRA joined with several other groups and ISRA Lobby Day became Illinois Gun Owner Lobby Day (IGOLD).  The Illinois Gun Owner Lobby Day (IGOLD) has become the number one demonstration of citizens promoting gun owners’ rights in the United States – the Illinois State Rifle Association (ISRA) is its primary sponsor. The crowds have grown each year. In 2013, 8200 gun owners showed up to lobby their legislators and to become the face of all the gun owners in Illinois. Because of IGOLD and other ISRA activities, gun owners have increased in stature in Illinois. 
 
One of the early attendees of this big event was Otis McDonald. The court case known as McDonald et al. v. City of Chicago came about because of IGOLD.  IGOLD proves what law abiding gun owners can accomplish when they stick together. It is critical that we let politicians know how important our gun rights are; we will be supporting only those legislators who support our gun rights. IGOLD is the ideal time to demonstrate our commitment to the Second Amendment and the right of self-defense!
 

IGOLD, and the preservation of the Second Amendment rights, is an expensive undertaking that involves many people, many communications, many activities, and a lot of planning. To help offset these expenses, we offered opportunities to participate with raffles and donations.  Thanks to those who participated in our IGOLD raffles.

 

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