Another big endorsement for 4th District Congressman Dan Newhouse in his re-election campaign. The National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF), representing nearly five million members, announced their “A” rating and endorsement of Congressman Dan Newhouse for his reelection campaign.

The NRA released the following statement in support of Congressman Newhouse:

“On behalf of our five million members across the country, the National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) is proud to endorse your candidacy for the August 2, 2022, U.S. House Primary for the 4th District of Washington. Thank you for standing strong for freedom and defending NRA members and law-abiding gun owners in Washington and throughout the country. Based on your consistent and proven voting record on Second Amendment issues in the U.S. House of Representatives, you have earned an "A" rating from NRA-PVF. An "A" rating is reserved for a solidly pro-gun legislator who has supported NRA positions on key votes and issues. You have stood strong against President Biden and Speaker Nancy Pelosi's unrelenting assault on law­-abiding gun owners. Congratulations on your "A" rating and endorsement, and thank you for your strong support of the Second Amendment."

Newhouse reacted;

“I’m proud to receive the NRA's full endorsement which is a testament to my unwavering support for Americans' constitutional right to bear arms," said Congressman Newhouse. "The ability of law-abiding gun owners to protect themselves and their families, especially in these uncertain times, should never be in question. President Biden and Speaker Pelosi’s endless drive to take away our most fundamental rights must be stopped, and I will never let my guard down in the fight to protect our freedom and liberty."
Last week Newhouse announced the endorsement of the Washington Council of Police & Sheriffs. “Washington State law enforcement needs leadership at the federal level that is steadfast during these challenging times,” says Kelsey Jewell, Events and Programs Director of WACOPS.

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