Ohio Gun Owners Should Vote Out Bad, Bad, Sherrod Brown
Some politicians have very bad records on the Second Amendment. We think of Charles Schumer and Dianne Feinstein very quickly in this regard. But there are some who have kept their anti-gun records below the radar. Jerrold Nadler, the top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, is one of them. Another is Senator Sherrod Brown from Ohio.
In seven terms as a member of the House of Representatives and two as a Senator, Brown has been right alongside Schumer and Feinstein. According to Project Vote Smart, he not only voted for the Brady Act, but he also wanted to impose a permanent waiting period as opposed to an instant background check. He voted for the 1994 semi-auto ban. He was against its repeal in 1996.
The list of his anti-Second Amendment actions goes on and on. But Brown has managed to stay in office for a while in Ohio, a state where voter support for the Second Amendment has been solid.
One of the big reasons for this is that he, unlike Schumer, has generally kept his anti-Second Amendment actions under the radar of many people.
How has he done that?
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