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Tracking the Judicial Nominees

John Richardson has a great post outlining his research on a North Carolina judicial candidate whose name sounded a little familiar. It turns out that it’s because of his anti-gun statements in legal proceedings during his previous jobs.

Being an informed voter is vital to protecting your rights. For a quick guide, NRA has already released at least some of their grades for this year.

In Pennsylvania, we’re still waiting on some votes to take place on preemption (though it did just pass the House for the last time today, now it goes to the Senate), so we only have Congressional grades at this point.

One Response to “Tracking the Judicial Nominees”

  1. Joe_in_Pitt says:

    Well, my Congressman Tim Murphy is as good as they get and he has no opposition this Fall. I am counting my blessings though because one borough over and I’d be in the 14th Congressional District, where extreme anti-gun Mike Doyle seems to rule with an iron fist.

    I’m assuming Rep. Kortz voted for HB1243 this afternoon, the real question is whether Sen. Matt Smith would do the same, who’s not up for re-election until 2016.

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