All The NRA-Endorsed Candidates Sweep Indiana

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All fifteen NRA-endorsed state Senate and House candidates won their primaries in Indiana on Tuesday and will be up for election in November. IMG NRA-ILA

Fairfax, VA -(AmmoLand.com)- – All fifteen NRA-endorsed state Senate and House candidates won their primaries in Indiana on Tuesday and will be up for election in November.

“It's encouraging to see that, when given the option, American voters continue to support lawmakers who promise to protect their right to keep and bear arms,” said NRA’s Indiana state Director John Weber.

Those advancing to the November state Senate ballot include Brian Buchanan from the 7th District, David Niezgodski from the 10th District, Susan Glick from the 13th Districts, and Justin Busch from the 16th District.

In the state House race winners included Ed Soliday from District 4, Tony Cook from District 32, John Prescott from District 33, Bruce Borders form District 45, Dan Leonard from District 50, Sean Eberhart from District 57, Peggy Mayfield from District 60, Jeff Ellington from District 62, Steve Davisson from District 73, Cindy Ledbetter from District 75, and Matt Lehman from District 79.

“On behalf of the more than five million members of the National Rifle Association, we congratulate each of our candidates on Tuesday night's win and look forward to their victories in November,” Weber concluded.

The general election takes place on Nov. 3, 2020. ​​

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About NRA-ILA:

Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the “lobbying” arm of the National Rifle Association of America. ILA is responsible for preserving the right of all law-abiding individuals in the legislative, political, and legal arenas, to purchase, possess and use firearms for legitimate purposes as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Visit: www.nra.org

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nobodyuknow
nobodyuknow
1 month ago

GOOD!!! On to victory in November!!!

StLPro2A
StLPro2A
1 month ago

The Ammoland teaser headline says “All The NRA-Endorsed Candidates Swept in Indiana.” The word “swept” insinuates that they all lost. In baseball, if you are swept, it means you lost every game in the series. Poor choice of words; total 180 degrees mis-communication of what happened.
“All The NRA-Endorsed Candidates Sweep Indiana” is a 180 degree different outcome.
Who is the SWEEPER and who is the SWEEPEE?????
Black Guns Matter. Words Matter 🙂 🙂 🙂

Behind The Lines in N.J.
Behind The Lines in N.J.
1 month ago

Bu-Bu-Bu-But what about the polls showing Trump and Trump things trailing the DEM-entia candidate and his positions???

Oldvet
Oldvet
1 month ago

@BTL…Consider who is taking the poll’s . I sometimes think those polls work to energize conservatives .

Oldvet
Oldvet
1 month ago
Reply to  Oldvet

IT should say sweep Indiana .

Ehryk
Ehryk
1 month ago

How many times has NRA endorsed and gave A ratings to straight up anti gun nuts? A little more clarification on the candidates stances, nra endorsement not withstanding, would be deeply appreciated.

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
1 month ago
Reply to  Ehryk

@Ehr, True, but a better bet than openly opposed to firearms type candidates. Seems to be good news. Only time will tell.

nrringlee
nrringlee
1 month ago

They were all endorsed by the Martian Lizard People from the Dark Planet Argon as well. Coincidence. Not necessarily causation.

Matt in Oklahoma
Matt in Oklahoma
1 month ago

So they will just be giving up a portion of rights instead of all of them?
I mean seriously y’all can’t title this article like it actually means anything

Oldvet
Oldvet
1 month ago

@Matt…At first glance I took it to mean none of them won .

Bill
Bill
1 month ago

How many seats now are occupied by liberals?

How many seats in the primary had liberal RepublicanThat were not selected?

Grigori
Grigori
1 month ago

Okay, I don’t know these candidates or anything about them. Can someone from Indiana tell us if their winning is a good thing or a bad thing for gun rights? Given the dubious selections that NRA-ILA has made for its endorsements over the years, as a non-resident of Indiana, I really do not know.

Isn’t it sad that I need to ask?

Random71
Random71
1 month ago
Reply to  Grigori

Its Indiana, in general most candidates here dont tend to mess with 2A here for better or worse. To go against 2A here is political suicide and they know it. They wont go Constitutional carry with pistols (rifles effectively are) even though it jives perfectly with the state constitution. They seem to prefer messing with other rights….

I only know about my district, but even then they are politicians, they all lie, and its best to assume they are lying all the time. I personally trust them as far as I can throw my house.