Maryland – -(AmmoLand.com)- In some states, supporters of the Second Amendment have few good options. One of those is Connecticut, where their best choice is to bank on Bob Stefanowski, who did well on a NRA-PVF questionnaire. In Maryland, the options are not as hopeful and underscore the risk of relying on just a questionnaire.
In 2014, Larry Hogan gained the NRA-PVF endorsement with an AQ rating, like the one Stefanowki has this year. But he’s now got a C rating and no endorsement. This comes from signing some bad bills, including a bump-stock ban. Now, part of this is because Hogan faces veto-proof majorities led by anti-Second Amendment Democrats. Maryland requires a three-fifths vote to override a gubernatorial veto.