MAIG Resource Page

The Firearms Coalition’s MAIG Resource Page

Suggestions and links to help people battle MAIG.

Please check back to see what information we add.

It is worth noting that, when confronted, a number of mayors on the MAIG list have denied ever being members of the group.  It is possible that MAIG has added mayors without their knowledge or consent, in which case, a simple note to the mayor informing him that he is on the member list and urging him to resign should garner good results.  This is also another reason to be sure that you are polite in your initial contact.  Your mayor might be a victim, not a villain.

The Low-Hanging Fruit 
MAIG Mayors with few compatriots in their state

Idaho – 1

North Dakota – 1

Utah – 1

West Virginia – 1

Alabama – 2

Kansas – 2

Nevada – 2

New Hampshire – 2

Arkansas – 3

Montana – 3

Hawaii – 3

Delaware – 4

South Carolina – 4

Rhode Island – 5

Tennessee – 5

Arizona – 7

Texas – 7

Indiana – 8

Iowa – 8

Georgia – 11

Oregon – 11

Virginia – 12

Colorado – 13

North Carolina – 15

Nebraska Firearm Owners pushes for MAIG-Free Nebraska:

Nebraska’s last MAIG member resigns:

SAF’s campaign against MAIG:

Gun Owners Against Illegal Mayors:


And a dedicated Facebook page: 

Some quotes from mayors who have quit MAIG.
These are courtesy of our friend Alan Korwin and his excellent feature “Page 9”
 5- Mayors Against Guns Bleeding Members

The lamestream media told you:

Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his group Mayors Against Illegal Guns is doing everything they can to take guns off the street, lock up criminals and make the world safer for all of us. Why the NRA and these horrid gun people would work against that is sick.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

“I was never an active member. They’re not just against illegal guns, they’re against all guns.” – Mayor Bob Scott, Sioux City, Iowa

“It was a mistake really…They swindle you in and then put your name on the list.” – Mayor Keith Hoffman, East Berlin, Pennsylvania

“I am withdrawing because I believe the MAIG is attempting to erode all gun ownership, not just illegal guns. Additionally, I have learned that the MAIG may be working on issues which conflict with legal gun ownership. It appears the MAIG has misrepresented itself to the Mayors of America and its citizens. This is gun control, not crime prevention.” – Former Mayor Patricia Shontz, Madeira Beach, Florida

“I became a member of Mayors Against Illegal Guns based on my belief that this group would help in the fight against criminal gun use. After all, who isn’t for making our communities safer by getting illegal guns off the streets and out of the hands of the wrong people? After careful consideration and after listening to the concerns of many of my constituents I have come to the conclusion that some of your organization’s statements and actions can be construed as infringing on the rights of legitimate gun owners. Because of this, I request that you remove my name from your web site and from your membership lists.” – Former Mayor Royce Pollard, Vancouver, Washington

“I am withdrawing because you are attempting to erode all gun ownership, not just illegal guns. I have learned that the coalition may be working on issues which conflict with legal gun ownership, and that some actions on your behalf are dubious…Regrettably, it has become continuously clear to me that you are using this coalition of mayors to advance a hidden agenda of bringing lawsuits against members of the firearms industry and spreading anti-gun propaganda.” – Former Mayor Marlene Anielski, Walton Hills, Ohio

“Sometime ago, I attended a meeting with many city officials from throughout the United States. At this meeting there was a table with the title “Mayors Against Illegal Guns.” Not wanting illegal guns, I signed the form not knowing what kind of spin would ensue. As it turned out, it was against the 2nd amendment, etc. I have since been removed from the “Mayors Against Illegal Guns” movement. On our city website I have a letter to all stating my position. I’m not against the NRA, guns or hunting and never will be.” – Mayor John D. Link, Edgewood, Kentucky

“It is simply unconscionable that this coalition, under your [Michael Bloomberg’s] leadership, would call for a repeal of the Shelby/Tiahrt amendment that helps to safeguard criminal investigations and the lives of law enforcement officers, witnesses and others by restricting access to firearms trace data solely to law enforcement. How anyone, least of all a public official, could be willing to sacrifice such a law enforcement lifeline in order to gain an edge in suing an industry they have political differences with is repugnant to me. The fact that your campaign against this protective language consisted of overheated rhetoric, deception and falsehoods is disturbing.” – Mayor Harry Moore, Oldmans Township, New Jersey

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