Both Chairmen of the Republican Units on the Eastern Shore of Virginia are in full support to declare both Accomack and Northampton counties 2nd Amendment Sanctuary Counties. “To accomplish this task we urge residents to attend their respective Board of Supervisor’s meeting and request it be adopted by the Board” states Chairman Wesley Edwards. “The Accomack BOS next meeting is December 18th from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. We need folks to attend, call or write their Supervisors.”

“There is great concern that with the new session there will be many changes made to our gun rights, including red flag laws. We see this as a by-partisan issue that affects us all. ” states Chairman Rob Stubbs. “The Northampton Board of Supervisors next meeting is December 10th from 5:00 to 9:00pm.”

To date 15 out of the 95 counties in Virginia have adopted Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions with many more counties in various stages of adopting the resolution. You can learn more on Facebook by visiting “Accomack and Northampton Republican Units” where a petition is posted with over 900 signatures along with other pertinent details.

Meanwhile, according to a message on Facebook, the Town Council of Exmore will consider a resolution to include Exmore as a second amendment sanctuary city at their meeting tonight.   The council meets at the town office at 7:00 p.m.