Saturday, February 22, 2020

Caddo County Sheriff declares 2A Sanctuary, bringing statewide total to 21 counties

More news on the Second Amendment Sanctuary front: Caddo County's sheriff has become the 21st to join the growing movement.
Logan County Sheriff Damon Devereaux started a movement among county sheriffs in Oklahoma last week when he declared his county to be a Second Amendment Sanctuary County. This has been a rapidly developing news story, as new counties are added with each passing day.

Yesterday, Caddo County Sheriff Spencer Davis posted his declaration of intent to establish his county as a Second Amendment Sanctuary County, bringing the statewide total up to 21.
The current list is as follows, in roughly chronological order, with links to their statements:
  1. Logan County
  2. Stephens County
  3. Canadian County
  4. Haskell County
  5. Bryan County
  6. Pittsburg County
  7. LeFlore County
  8. Cimarron County
  9. Coal County
  10. Cotton County
  11. Kiowa County
  12. Pushmataha County
  13. Latimer County
  14. Atoka County
  15. McCurtain County
  16. Major County
  17. Johnston County
  18. Ottawa County
  19. Choctaw County
  20. Lincoln County
  21. Caddo County

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