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I thought GS1 might be interested in this.

Dempsey gets NRA endorsement

From the Dempsey for state House campaign

(ROME) â€" Katie Dempsey was endorsed this week by the National Rifle Association (NRA-PVF) for being a “pro-2nd Amendment, pro-hunting candidate†and lauded for her strong standing for the outdoor traditions of Georgia.

The NRA is the largest pro-2nd Amendment and outdoor sporting organization in the United States. It has a strong network of members throughout Georgia, including the Rome and Floyd County area.

Dempsey was one of only four House candidates endorsed in an open-seat race in Georgia this year.

“On behalf of the NRA Political Victory Fund and all NRA members in the State of Georgia, I am pleased to inform you of your ‘A’ rating and endorsement for the 2006 General Elec-tion in State House District 13,†said Jennifer Palmer, Geor-gia State Liaison for NRA-ILA State and Local Affairs.

“Our members will interpret your ‘A’ rating and endorse-ment as an indication you are a pro-2nd Amendment, pro-hunting candidate who supports sportsmen and gun-owners on every issue,†concluded Palmer.
 

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As can be seen on the House report cards here on this site, Paul Smith, the Democrat currently occupying the seat, has favorable ratings.
 

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Paul is retireing. The ads on tv for the unopposed seat she says something like she is going to keep the Atlanta liberal ideals in Atlanta.
 

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Oh and the grades in both the House report card and the Senate report card are graded only by what they sponsored and how they voted. A grade of B or better means they voted for pro gun bills (A's mean the sponsored them too). C's mean they voted against some pro-gun bills, and D's and F's need to be voted out of office.
 
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