ILA | NRA Endorses J.R. Claeys for Kansas State Senate

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Fairfax, Va. – On behalf of our more than five million members, the National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) today endorsed J.R. Claeys for election to the 24th senate district of Kansas.

“Kansans can count on Rep. Claeys to protect our individual freedom of self-protection,” said Travis Couture-Lovelady, NRA-ILA’s Kansas state director. “The NRA is proud to endorse his candidacy for the Kansas State Senate.”

Claeys earned an “A+” rating from the NRA. A longtime champion of the right to keep and bear arms, J.R. demonstrated his support for our 2nd Amendment rights by backing numerous pieces of legislation including votes for constitutional carry and sponsoring the car carry bill.

Claeys’ opponent, Randall Hardy, is an “F” rated incumbent who supported large capacity magazine bans, so called “assault weapons” bans, while opposing constitutional carry and stating in a Facebook post that he did not believe you should be able to carry a firearm outside of your home.

“Rep. Claeys is the only candidate in this race who will fight to protect our constitutional rights. The NRA encourages all members, gun owners and sportsmen to vote J.R. Claeys in the Republican primary this August,” Couture-Lovelady concluded.​​


Established in 1871, the National Rifle Association is America’s oldest civil rights and sportsmen’s group. More than five million members strong, NRA continues to uphold the Second Amendment and advocates enforcement of existing laws against violent offenders to reduce crime. The Association remains the nation’s leader in firearm education and training for law-abiding gun owners, law enforcement and the armed services. Be sure to follow the NRA on Facebook at NRA on Facebook and Twitter @NRA.





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