The National Rifle Association’s Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) announced today that Montana Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Amanda Curtis is the first Montana Senate candidate to ever receive an “F” rating on gun issues since NRA-PVF began scoring candidates.
One of Montana’s most prominent pro-gun organizations, the Montana Shooting Sports Association (MSSA), is taking Democratic Montana U.S. Senate candidate and freshman State Rep. Amanda Curtis to task for her voting record on guns during her tenure in the state legislature.
Media Trackers dug through the video diaries and compiled notable quotes and statements by Curtis on issues important to Montanans, and we begin with the issue of guns and the Second Amendment.
Anti-Second Amendment activists turned out in force to an Ohio House of Representatives Judiciary Committee hearing last week to lodge complaints against House Bill 231 (HB 231), a proposal to expand Ohioans’ concealed carry rights.
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