Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Bosse Earns 'A' Rating from NH Firearms Coalition

Receives highest rating on Second Amendment survey, Horn receives 'D'

(Hanover) Republican Grant Bosse has earned the highest grade awarded from the New Hampshire Firearms Coalition. Bosse and Bob Clegg each received an A rating on the NHFC's candidate survey. Jennifer Horn failed the organization's test, earning a D rating. Jim Steiner did not respond to the survey.

"Bob Clegg and I disagree on earmarks and health care, but we agree that the Second Amendment matters in every election," Bosse said. "Following the Heller decision, it's vital that we not only protect our Second Amendment rights, but expand them."

Grant Bosse is a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment, and is the only candidate pushing to expand Second Amendment protections. Bosse supports a Right-to-Carry in National Parks, and national reciprocity for gun owners.

"The Second Amendment is our first and last line of defense against tyranny, and is our most important civil right," Bosse continued. "Nancy Pelosi has already pledged to rebuild the DC Gun Ban. We need a Congress that will protect our Second Amendment rights, not erode them."

For more information on Bosse's superior grassroots campaign, go to www.Bosse2008.com.

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