Gun rights at issue in 5 gubernatorial races. Is one of them yours?

Gun rights at issue in 5 gubernatorial races. Is one of them yours?

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In all fives of these states, a pro-Second Amendment candidate or incumbent is running against a pro-gun control candidate or incumbent.

In the Arizona race, pro-Second Amendment candidate Doug Ducey (R) is running against pro-gun control candidate and former Clinton White House Deputy Director Fred DuVal (D). …

In Colorado, Governor John Hickenlooper (D) faces a strong challenge from pro-Second Amendment candidate Bob Beauprez (R). Hickenlooper infamously ignored the concerns of Colorado Sheriffs and signed universal background checks and a magazine capacity ban into law after talking with Michael Bloomberg in the spring of 2013. …

In the Connecticut race, pro-gun control Governor Dannel Malloy (D) faces a strong challenge from pro-Second Amendment candidate Tom Foley (R). Breitbart News previously reported that Malloy signed gun control legislation in April 2013–at the height of the Democrat-created post-Sandy Hook gun control hysteria–and has defended the legislation ever since.

Malloy’s candidacy is supported by Michael Bloomberg, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, and Gabby Giffords. …

In Pennsylvania, pro-Second Amendment incumbent Tom Corbett (R) is facing a challenge by pro-gun control candidate Tom Wolf (D). On the Issues reports that Wolf supports “universal background checks” and a “ban [on] assault weapons.” …

[I]n the Texas gubernatorial race, pro-Second Amendment candidate Greg Abbott (R) is running against pro-gun control candidate Wendy Davis (D). [‘Nuff said. – Ed.]

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