Voter Turnout is Crucial – Support Brunner and Hawley Tomorrow!
Gun Owners of America is calling on all pro-gun patriots to go to the polls tomorrow and vote for John Brunner for Governor and Joshua Hawley for Attorney General.
Gun owners rarely have a chance to elect two no-compromise candidates to public office at one time.
But Brunner and Hawley are solid Second Amendment defenders.
- Both candidates answered GOA’s survey with a 100% pro-gun score.
- Both candidates know that concealed carry makes us safer.
- And both candidates know how essential the right to keep and bear arms is to America’s liberty.
In the governor race, Brunner is the strongest Second Amendment supporter. One of Brunner’s opponents, while paying lip service to gun rights, actually supported the gun grabbing “Michael Bloomberg-esk” mayor of St. Louis!
Brunner is the best choice to defend gun rights in the gubernatorial race.
And in the race for Attorney General, no candidate understands the Constitution and Bill of Rights better than Joshua Hawley.
He’s a law professor at the University of Missouri. He’s argued cases before the Supreme Court – and won!
As an expert in constitutional law, he knows how critical the right to keep and bear arms is to protecting America’s founding principles.
"The Second Amendment clearly and unequivocally protects the right of individuals to keep and bear arms," says Hawley. "Plain and simple. As Attorney General, I will fight all encroachments from the federal government or state bureaucrats on Missourians' right to keep and bear arms."
So in the election tomorrow, the choice is clear.
Please vote – and urge all of your pro-gun friends and family to vote – for John Brunner for Governor and Joshua Hawley for Attorney General.
Your Second Amendment rights depend on it.
P.S. Neither Brunner or Hawley are career politicians, but both have real world experience in protecting the right to keep and bear arms, so please support them tomorrow.
The primary is Tuesday, August 2. Please vote for John Brunner for Governor and Joshua Hawley for Attorney General.