“I am proud to stand shoulder to shoulder with Senator Reid in our fight to protect the Second Amendment.” – Wayne LaPierre, CEO of the National Rifle Association
Dear fellow Nevada sportsman:
Senator Harry Reid is a champion of the Second Amendment, a devoted advocate of hunting and wildlife, and our strongest advocate in Congress. As a lifelong gun-owner, he understands the importance of Second Amendment rights and the critical role that these freedoms have played in our state's history. It’s part of who we are as Nevadans.
In recent years, Senator Reid led efforts to create the world's finest shooting range right here in our state. He delivered the land and the funding for the Clark County Shooting Park which now serves hunters and shooters from around our state and all across the country.
Harry Reid is also staunchly opposed to the so-called assault weapons ban, played a critical role in passing a law to protect gun manufacturers from junk lawsuits, and consistently votes to protect Nevadans’ Second Amendment rights. In recognition of his work, the National Rifle Association asked Nevadans to thank Senator Reid for his lifelong commitment to the protecting these crucial liberties, calling him “a true champion of the Second Amendment.”
Protecting opportunities for hunting and fishing have always been priorities for Harry Reid. When a court tried to take away Nevada's ability to regulate hunting and fishing within its own borders, Reid stepped in and passed national legislation that reinstated each state’s right to regulate hunting and fishing as they see fit. He has also brought millions of dollars to Nevada to support the recovery of the Lahontan cuthroat trout, our state fish, and to fund the construction of large game water guzzlers in mountain ranges around the state.
Harry Reid learned how to hunt and shoot as a young man, right here in Nevada. Today, he's fighting to protect the Second Amendment and to make sure that Nevadans will always have opportunities for hunting and fishing and accessing our state's incredible open spaces. We support his reelection and ask you to join us.
–Sportsmen for Harry Reid Committee
Allan Ashton, Washoe
Eugene Kaeck, Washoe