Rachel Ehrlich Awarded Distinction from Moms Demand Action

Council member and current Borough Council candidate Rachel Ehrlich is honored to be recognized by Moms Demand Action for her commitment to advocating for gun violence prevention. Gun violence threatens our communities and quality of life and Rachel is proud to receive this distinction for fighting for common sense policies that the overwhelming majority of Americans support and are proven to reduce gun violence, protect children, and make our communities safer.

Quality of life and keeping Madison a desirable place to live and raise our families is a top priority for Councilmember Ehrlich, who was proud to read a proclamation for Madison to recognize National Gun Violence Awareness Day on June 3. The proclamation encouraged all citizens to wear orange to support their local communities’ efforts to prevent the tragic effects of gun violence and to honor and value human lives.

Source: Madison Eagle. From left, are Moms Demand Action members Margaret Haughey of Madison and Jean McCrosite Embler, Borough Councilwoman Rachel Ehrlich, and Moms Demand Action members Jaime O’Brien of Chatham and Nicole Alzamora. Ehrlich read a proclamation citing various gun violence statistics and encouraging residents to wear orange on June 3.

This distinction from Moms Demand Action it yet another example of Rachel Ehrlich and Tom Haralampoudis being recognized for their commitment to the issues that matter to Madison. View other awards, endorsements, and letters of support received by the campaign.

About Moms Demand Action: Moms Demand Action is a grassroots movement of Americans fighting for public safety measures that can protect people from gun violence. We pass stronger gun laws and work to close the loopholes that jeopardize the safety of our families. We also work in our own communities and with business leaders to encourage a culture of responsible gun ownership. We know that gun violence is preventable, and we’re committed to doing what it takes to keep families safe.