During last weekend’s only debate between the Democratic candidates for US Senate, the issue of gun control was brought to the forefront early on in the event. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAGa8y2LlPI[/youtube] Topics include banning private sales, banning rifles, and registries. In fact, Joe Sestak won’t even concede that firearms may be used for self-defense lawfully. It is also…
Sticking to his 100% Brady Campaign rating, Joe Sestak renewed his calls for a gun ban today.
Cong. Joe Sestak formally launched his Senate bid this morning to unseat Sen. Arlen Specter in the Democratic primary. Here is a look at his record on the issues.
Cong. Joe Sestak, a still undeclared but likely challenger to incumbent Sen. Arlen Specter, came out swinging against Pennsylvania’s 600,000 concealed carry license holders today.
It seems like every election, we have at least one race right here in Pennsylvania that was determined by a razor-thin margin. Here is a look at the close races for gun owners.
Gun control advocates from New York, Washington, DC, and Philadelphia poured hundreds of thousands of dollars into Pennsylvania in order to promote the Mike Bloomberg agenda & New York-style gun control in Tuesday’s elections. Â The good news is that NRA members spoke up and told him that we would not let him buy our elections…
This week, NRA staff will be busy around the Commonwealth recruiting volunteers, drumming up support for pro-gun candidates, and meeting members in every corner. Here are some of the activities planned for NRA members: Tuesday, September 28 Three rallies with Pat Toomey will be hosted around the state. The Senate seat will be absolutely vital…
We take another look at more challenges to candidates filed this week, including some inter-party shenanigans in PA-13. Take a look at races that matter for gun owners.
Think things are final for the May primary? Not quite. This week, challenges were lodged against more than 85 candidates to have them booted off of the ballot. Find out how this relates to gun owners and the races we’re watching.
Gun rights will not likely play a major theme with unrest in the electorate on taxes and spending. This could impact our issue with friendly incumbents being challenged and unfriendly lawmakers possibly booted.
We already told you about the pro-rights lawmakers from Pennsylvania supporting the McDonald challenge to Chicago’s handgun ban. Now learn about who is working against your rights here at home.
NRA reports that 251 Members of Congress & 58 Senators support the incorporation of the Second Amendment. Find out which members of Pennsylvania’s delegation will be on the wrong side of history.
Members of Congress are lining up to write a pro-rights brief in the history-making McDonald v. Chicago. Will the PA delegation join in? Here is the latest news.