Recall of anti-2nd Amendment Colorado State Senator Angela Giron Succeeds

Pueblo Grass Roots Group Makes More State History*

With Successful Recall Effort

Pueblo, CO,  June 10, 2013– Pueblo Freedom and Rights,  is a 501(C) (4) Colorado grassroots group heading the recall of anti-2nd Amendment Colorado state senator Angela Giron (D – Pueblo Colorado). The group submitted over 13,570 District 3 voter recall petition signatures to the Colorado Secretary of States’ Office exceeding the 11,285 signatures necessary. Additionally these are known to be carefully gathered highly-reliable signatures. 

The submitted petition signatures and addresses will be submitted to and verified by the Secretary of State. It is expected that Democrats will further challenge the petitions and signatures to include court challenges to draw out the process. If the count still exceeds 11,285 Giron will be given five working days from that time to decide whether or not to resign her office. 

If Giron resigns within the five-day period, state Democrats can appoint a replacement from their ranks.  If she does not resign, a date for the special election is set.  It is expected that that the Governor and Democrat Party including Bloomberg money may try to extend any election so as to prepare a campaign to try to save Giron should she try to run to stay in office.

 “Giron’s disregard for the majority of her constituents to vote no on anti-2nd Amendment issues and her general disregard of our Constitution and the rights of the citizens of Colorado demonstrates she must be removed from the senate.”  — Victor Head, President of Pueblo Freedom and Rights (PFR).

Pueblo Freedom and Rights

More information about PFR is available at the PFR website,

 Pueblo Freedom and Rights

P.O. Box 11891

Pueblo, CO 81001

*Before the Morse and this recall effort no Colorado state legislator has ever been successfully recalled.With the filing against state senator Giron and the massive recall count against Colorado Senate President Morse concerned Colorado citizens have made state history twice in eight days.



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