Posted September 27, 2018 7:00 pm by Comments

By Harold Hutchison

Larry Hogan is the best option Second Amendment supports have in Maryland. (Flickr - Maryland GovPics)
Larry Hogan is the best option Second Amendment supports have in Maryland. (Flickr – Maryland GovPics)

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.

A graphic representation of the veto-proof majority in the Maryland House of Delegates. (Wikimedia Commons graphic by Shabidoo)

Presently, Ballotpedia.org noted that that the Maryland State Senate has 33 Democrats and 14 Republicans, while the Maryland House of Delegates has 91 …Read the Rest

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