Tell Mayor Ford to support the self-defense rights of Toledoans

Mayor Jack Ford, the anti-CCW mayor who recently cast a tie-breaking vote to uphold Toledo's ban on the sale or ownership of inexpensive handguns, said he will kick off "Meet the Mayor Night" on March 12 at Aurora Gonzalez Center, One Aurora Gonzalez Drive, in South Toledo.

All the meetings will be from 6 to 8 p.m.

The mayor said appointments are preferred so meetings can be scheduled to save citizens’ time and to give the mayor’s staff time to prepare. Citizens are asked to call 419-936-2020 from 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday to schedule an appointment at one of the upcoming Meet the Mayor Nights.

Meetings are planned twice a month in community centers in each of Toledo’s 16 Zip Code areas, concluding in late September, and will be publicized.

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OFCC PAC Commentary:
Perhaps Jack Ford could benefit from a few nice citizens attending, and telling him about how his opposition to self-defense/concealed carry reform has placed their families at risk of violence. Or about how his vote to ban inexpensive handguns is really discrimination against the less fortunate law-abiding citizens in his city, who have been rendered defenseless by his policies.

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