The Sexy Politico knows that there are some issues that are more important to voters than others. Gun control is important to me and that is why I am starting here. What topic would you like me to look into? Let me know in the comments here on on our twitter or Facebook pages.
Jay Inslee: Inslee is the current Governor of Washington state and a former member of the House of Representatives (1999-2012). He was also a member of the Washington State House of Representatives (1993-1995)
- Inslee lost his seat in the Washington State House of Representatives by voting for a ban on assault weapons in 1994
- As governor Washington state has closed background check loopholes, banned bump stock, and approved protective orders to keep guns away from people in crisis.
- says gun violence is a public health crisis
- Voted No on preventing product misuse lawsuits on gun manufacturers.
- Voted no on lowering the waiting period from three days to one.
- Rated “F” by the NRA
Amy Klobauchar: Klobauchar is the first female Senator elected from the state of Minnesota. She was first elected in 2007 and was last re-elected in 2018.
- Believes common sense gun control has wide support. That banning assault weapons wouldn’t effed “Uncle Dick in the deer stand.”
- Believes in enhanced background checks
- Has said she would do nothing that would hurt hunting
- Was in favor of extending the ban on assault weapons
- Voted yes on banning high capacity magazines over ten bullets
- Voted yes on allowing weapons in checked baggage on Amtrak trains
- Supports banning large capacity ammunition
Wayne Messam: Messam is the current Mayor of Miramar, Flordia. He was first elected in 2015.
- Messam and other mayors sued the state of Florida about a 2011 amendment to a 1987 that gives the state of Florida, and not local municipalities control over gun laws. This 2011 amendment fines officials that try to pass local gun control measures $5,000 and possible removal from office.
Seth Moulton: Moulton is a current member of the US House of Representatives serving the state of Massachusetts since 2015.
- For universal background checks
- For banning bump stock
- For preventing terrorists from obtaining guns
- Supports restrictions to the right to bare arms.