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The National Rifle Association Chooses Daniel Webster for Congress

Marion Hammer: “Sportsmen and gunowners have no better champion than Dan Webster

 

ORLANDO, FL – Daniel Webster is honored to have been recently endorsed by the National Rifle Association.

“Dan Webster’s support of Second Amendment, self-defense, and anti-crime issues and his extensive record of working to protect our rights and freedoms is outstanding. His background of solid legislative service in both the state Senate and House demonstrates his strong commitment to the cause of freedom and protection of constitutional rights,” stated NRA Past President Marion Hammer.  “Sportsmen and gunowners could have no better champion than Dan Webster.”

“It is my honor to receive the endorsement of the NRA.  If I have the privilege of serving in Congress, I will be a staunch defender of our second amendment rights,” said Daniel Webster.

With nearly four million members, the National Rifle Association is America’s foremost defender of Second Amendment rights.

Daniel Webster, a family man and small-business owner, has dedicated himself to serve the citizens of central Florida with honor and integrity. Daniel Webster served as Majority Leader of the Florida Senate and Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives, the first GOP Speaker of the House in over a century.

Daniel Webster has been endorsed by Governor Jeb Bush, Governor Mike Huckabee, Governor Bob Martinez, US Senator George LeMieux, Agriculture Commissioner Charles Bronson, former Comptroller Bob Milligan, former Chief Financial Officer Tom Gallagher, former Secretary of State Sandra Mortham, Orange County Mayor Rich Crotty, Orange County Clerk of Court Lydia Gardner, Orange County Property Appraiser Bill Donegan, Orange County Commissioner Fred Brummer, Orange County School Board Member Christine Moore, former RPOF Chairman Tom Slade, former Senate President Ken Pruitt, former RPOF Chairman Van Poole, former Senate President Tom Lee, former Speaker Tom Feeney, former Senate President John McKay, former Speaker Allan Bense, former Senate President Jim Scott, and former House Minority Leaders Jim Tillman (1972-1974), Bill James (1974-1978), Ron Richmond (1982-1984), Dale Patchett (1984-1990), Jim Lombard (1990-1992).

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