Vote Freedom First, Vote Barbara Comstock for Virginia's 10th U.S. Congressional District
Throughout her career in the Virginia House of Delegates, Barbara Comstock has been a proven leader and stood up to every attempt by anti-gun extremists to degrade and erode our Second Amendment rights and hunting heritage.
In the race for Virginia's 10th U.S. Congressional District, Barbara Comstock is a leader we can trust, no matter how big the fight.
For the following reasons, Barbara Comstock has earned our endorsement and an "A" rating from NRA-PVF:
Supports Sunday Hunting Cosponsored and voted for a law that ensures private landowners, as well as family members and friends, can hunt on private property on Sundays; the law also allows Sunday waterfowl hunting on public waters.
Supports Concealed Carry Reciprocity Voted for a bill that would have eliminated burdensome procedural hurdles for an out-of-state concealed handgun permit to be recognized in Virginia. In addition, Barbara supports the National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act, a bill that would ensure that law-abiding Americans with valid concealed handgun permits would be able to carry a concealed handgun in any other state that does not prohibit concealed carry.
Opposes Gun Confiscation Voted for a law that protects and strengthens your right to self-defense during a declared state of emergency.
Opposes Washington D.C.'s Gun Ban Supports legislation to repeal the D.C. gun ban/ registration statute and restore the right of self-defense to law-abiding residents of our nation’s capital.
Supports Right to Carry Voted for a law that allows permit holders to carry a firearm for self-defense in restaurants.
Opposes Gun Rationing Voted for a law that abolished Virginia’s gun-rationing scheme that prohibited the purchase of more than one handgun in a thirty-day period.
Supports Workplace Protection Voted for a law that prevents localities from passing laws prohibiting employees from storing lawfully possessed firearms and ammunition in a locked vehicle.
Opposes a Firearm Registry Opposes legislation that would allow Federal government agencies to create firearm registries.
Opposes "Universal" Background Checks Opposes the Obama-Bloomberg so-called "universal" background check system that would criminalize the private transfer of a firearm between life-long friends and many family members.
Opposes a Semi-Auto Ban Opposes Senator Dianne Feinstein's failed semi-auto ban that would ban commonly owned semi-automatic firearms used for hunting, recreational shooting, and self-defense.
Remember to vote Barbara Comstock for Virginia's 10th U.S. Congressional District on Tuesday, November 4!
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A legislator with not only an excellent voting record on all critical NRA issues, but who has also made a vigorous effort to promote and defend the Second Amendment.
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An anti-gun candidate who usually supports restrictive gun control legislation and opposes pro-gun reforms. Regardless of public statements, can usually be counted on to vote wrong on key issues.
True enemy of gun owners' rights. A consistent anti-gun candidate who always opposes gun owners' rights and/or actively leads anti-gun legislative efforts, or sponsors anti-gun legislation.
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