Our Mission Statement

The Connecticut Citizens Defense League is a non-partisan, grassroots organization devoted to advocating rights affirmed by the Constitutions of the United States of America and the State of Connecticut. We are especially dedicated to protecting the unalienable right of all citizens to keep and bear arms, for the defense of both self and state, through public enlightenment and legislative action.

We welcome anyone who believes that the defense of our constitutional rights is critical to the longevity of our freedom and to the success of this nation, and in particular that the rights to self defense and to keep and bear the arms to actualize that defense, are fundamental and undeniable.

CCDL Members Testifying and participating in our Events

CCDL holds its monthly general membership meeting at 7:00pm on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the Elks Lodge in Middletown, CT. All CCDL members are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Our next meeting is Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Meeting Agenda:
• Executive and Committee reports
• Candidate for Governor - Prasad Srinivasan
• Candidate for Lieutenant Governor - Joe Markley
• Discussion on state elections 2018
• Letter writing campaign
• Legislative Session (opening impressions)
• Volunteering on campaigns for pro 2A candidates.
• Guest Speakers -
Candidate for Governor- State Rep. Prasad Srinivasan
Candidate for Lieutenant Governor - State Senator Joe Markley

Rep Srinivasan and Senator Markley will come and address our members. We encourage members to show up and ask the candidates 2A related questions.

Merchandise
We sell CCDL merchandise at the meeting, buy it there and save on shipping.
We also sell many items that are not available in our online store.
We still have patches, pins, and magnets (perfect to put on your car, gun safe, or refrigerator). We also sell the car decals in assorted colors and sizes that you can’t get online.

Food Drive
Don't forget – CCDL collects nonperishable food items at our monthly meetings to be donated to charities. With the holidays coming, please remember those who are less fortunate than ourselves.