The National Rifle Association today endorsed Kim Coleman as their preferred candidate for the Republican nominee in Utah’s 4th Congressional District. Kim received an A rating, indicating that she is a “Solidly pro-gun candidate. A candidate who has supported NRA positions on key votes in elective office or a candidate with a demonstrated record of support on Second Amendment issues.”
“I am delighted to receive this endorsement from NRA, which shows they value my pattern of action on conservative issues, not just talk. I have always been a strong and outspoken proponent of the right to bear arms. As a state legislator, I have a 100% pro-Second Amendment voting record and will oppose Red Flag laws that can be abused to infringe upon the rights of law-abiding Americans. As a member of Congress, I look forward to maintaining this record. For those who value their Second Amendment rights, they don't have to just vote and hope in this primary.”
Of the other three candidates in the current Republican primary, two received AQ ratings, meaning they responded favorably to the NRA’s questionnaire but have no record voting to support the Second Amendment. One received a ?, meaning he did not even answer the questionnaire.
Among Kim's many accomplishments defending the Second Amendment, she has cast numerous votes against universal background checks and unconstitutional Red Flag law. The 2017 state bill to lower concealed carry permits' age to 18 was conceived at her kitchen table. She was the keynote speaker at the recent Gun Saves Lives rally on Utah's Capitol Hill. Read more about Kim’s commitment to the Second Amendment here.
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