Washington, DC –-(Ammoland.com)- A classic showdown is brewing in the Garden State.
In one corner, there is the former Mayor of Bogota, Steve Lonegan, who supports the Second Amendment.
In the other corner, there is a long-time gun control fanatic who wants to bring New York City-style gun control to New Jersey and the rest of the nation.
Both are running to replace the late Sen. Frank Lautenberg in a special election that will take place on October 16 2013.
There is a clear choice in this race, and GOA’s Political Victory Fund has thrown its full support behind Steve Lonegan for U.S. Senate.
Steve Lonegan is a self-made man, who has been blind for several decades. But he has not let that stand in his way, having built himself into a successful leader in New Jersey.
Lonegan is someone who respects your 2nd Amendment rights, and he will fight hard to keep them from being infringed. As Steve’s own website says:
Steve supports the individual right to keep and bear arms and opposes new federal gun control laws. Cory Booker not only supports President Obama’s gun control proposals, but thinks they should go further.
Steve is a clear supporter of your rights in a state where gun rights are under attack every day — many times, from politicians in both Parties. And to be sure, there is a clear difference between these two Senate candidates on the subject of gun control.
His opponent is Cory Booker, the mayor of Newark, a city that is an urban “gun free” zone where crime is rife and the liberals refuse to do the one thing that would solve the problem — and that’s to arm the law-abiding citizens and let them take responsibility for their own safety!
There is no doubt where Mr. Booker stands on gun control:
“It is plainly unacceptable that we don’t have background checks for every gun sale in America, as well as bans on high capacity magazines and assault weapons that have no practical sporting use, and countless other reforms that will save lives… Congress had the chance to get this right in the wake of Newtown. If elected to the Senate, I will start work on common sense gun reform on day one.”
Imagine that: Cory Booker presides as Mayor over one of the top ten deadliest cities in the country, and he now wants to take that record to Washington, DC — where he says that it will be his plan on “day one” to impose that failed record on the rest of the country.
You understand that when Cory Booker refers to “common sense” gun reforms, he’s talking about gun bans and background “registration” checks that only make sense to die-hard leftists like New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and himself.
Cory Booker is a proud of his record supporting Mayors Against Illegal Guns, an organization that’s nothing more than an outfit for Mayor Bloomberg to push his anti-gun views on the rest of the country.
So, do you want someone who is for Bloomberg’s idea of “common sense gun reform”? Or do you want a tried and true mayor who has defeated his own disabilities and wants to make sure you keep your rights from day one?
Steve Lonegan will support your gun rights … and, he wants to repeal the anti-gun ObamaCare law. But it should be no surprise that Cory Booker wants to keep this disastrous law in place.
As you know, the ObamaCare gun ban could result in millions of Americans losing their gun rights — just as more than 150,000 military veterans have already seen their medical information used against them.
The entire nation will be watching this race. Lonegan is the clear choice for New Jersey, and the entire country!
To support Steve Lonegan, you can give a monetary donation at: https://loneganforsenate.com/
Steve could also use your help with phonebanks and get-out-the-vote efforts. So please consider volunteering to help Steve Lonegan by going to: http://www.loneganforsenate.
Whatever you do, please make sure you get out there and vote on October 16th 2013 in the Special Election and vote for Steve Lonegan.
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