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Pennsylvania - 2nd Amendment Grades for Pennsylvania's 2024 Political Candidates

Written by Sam Jacobs Subject: Gun Rights

At Ammo.com we decided to grade the federal and state politicians running for office this year in regards to their stance on the Second Amendment. Here's our take on Pennsylvania's candidates. The candidates are graded based on their previous 2A voting records, public statements on their constituents owning firearms, and their willingness to focus on 2A issues. Given our research on this criteria, we've assigned the following grades to those running for office:

A: Pro-2A Voting History, Outspoken Advocate for Second Amendment Rights, Displays a Strong and Consistent Stand Against 2A Infringements, Makes 2A Rights a Priority.

B: Claims to Support 2A Rights, Votes No to 2A Infringements, Makes Second Amendment Rights a Priority.

C: Does Not Support Gun Control Measures, is Not An Active Advocate Support for the Second Amendment.

D: Does Not Support All Gun Control Measures, Does Not Actively Introduce Anti-2A Legislation.

F: Actively Campaigns for Gun Control, Proposes New Gun Control Legislation.

Pennsylvania Politicians Running for Federal Office in 2024 & Their Grades

A: Ryan Mackenzie (R), Scott Perry (R), Mike Kelly (R)

B: David McCormick (R)

C: n/a

D: Brian Fitzpatrick (R), Neil Young (R), James Hayes (R), Preston Nouri (D), Rob Mercuri (R)

F: Bob Casey Jr. (D), Ashley Ehasz (D), Chrissy Houlahan (D), Susan Wild (D), Matt Cartwright (D), Janelle Stelson (D), Summer Lee (D), Chris Deluzio (D)

Pennsylvania Politicians Running for State Office in 2024

Pennsylvania has 203 State House Districts and 49 State Senate Districts. The following districts are key battleground areas with less than a 5% margin of victory in prior elections. Here are our endorsements based on the candidates' stance toward 2A rights.

State Senate District 5: We do not endorse either candidate because neither meets our standards for pro-2A candidates due to a lack of prioritizing pro-2A issues.

State Senate District 9: We do not endorse either candidate because neither meets our standards for pro-2A candidates due to a lack of prioritizing pro-2A issues.

State Senate District 15: We do not endorse either candidate because neither meets our standards for pro-2A candidates due to a lack of prioritizing pro-2A issues.

State Senate District 37: Devlin Robinson (R)

State Senate District 49: Daniel Laughlin (R)

State House District 18: We do not endorse either candidate because neither meets our standards for pro-2A candidates due to a lack of prioritizing pro-2A issues.

State House District 28: We do not endorse either candidate because neither meets our standards for pro-2A candidates due to a lack of prioritizing pro-2A issues.

State House District 29: We do not endorse either candidate because neither meets our standards for pro-2A candidates due to a lack of prioritizing pro-2A issues.

State House District 33: We do not endorse either candidate because neither meets our standards for pro-2A candidates due to a lack of prioritizing pro-2A issues.

State House District 44: Valerie Gaydos (R)

State House District 72: We do not endorse either candidate because neither meets our standards for pro-2A candidates due to a lack of prioritizing pro-2A issues.

State House District 88: Sheryl Delozier (R)

State House District 18: We do not endorse either candidate because neither meets our standards for pro-2A candidates due to a lack of prioritizing pro-2A issues.

State House District 131: Milou Mackenzie (R)

State House District 137: Joe Emrick (R)

State House District 142: We do not endorse either candidate because neither meets our standards for pro-2A candidates due to a lack of prioritizing pro-2A issues.

State House District 143: Shelby Labs (R)

State House District 144: We do not endorse either candidate because neither meets our standards for pro-2A candidates due to a lack of prioritizing pro-2A issues.

State House District 147: Donna Sheuren (R)

State House District 151: We do not endorse either candidate because neither meets our standards for pro-2A candidates due to a lack of prioritizing pro-2A issues.

State House District 160: Craig Williams (R)

Read more about how we graded Pennsylvania's politicians and why it's more than just the Presidential election that matters this year! 2nd Amendment Grades for Pennsylvania's 2024 Political Candidates

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