NRA Endorses Noem for Governor

NRA Endorses Noem for Governor

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The National Rifle Association (NRA) this week endorsed Kristi Noem for Governor of South Dakota. Noem, who once owned and operated a hunting lodge in northeastern South Dakota, learned to hunt at a young age and taught her children to do the same. She is a lifetime member of the NRA and has earned an A+ rating from the NRA.

“As much as hunting is a family tradition for us, we made it our family business for years as well, running a hunting lodge in northeastern South Dakota,” said Noem. “The Second Amendment is important, not only to our country, but to South Dakota’s way of life, our traditions, our families, and our economy. I will always defend that.”

In their endorsement, the NRA touted Noem as a “proven defender of the Second Amendment,” explaining she “fought against Obama-era regulations that limited gun rights and strongly supported pro-gun policies such as national right-to-carry reciprocity.”

Additionally, Noem supports constitutional carry and has said she’s committed to working with legislators, law enforcement, and others to get a constitutional carry bill passed and signed into law.

Read Noem’s Second Century Initiative to support pheasant hunting in South Dakota.

7 Replies to “NRA Endorses Noem for Governor”

    1. Larry

      sure…that is why Bjorkman and Seiler want to take our guns away..not the Russians.

      Nice endorsement–Kristi is on the right side of this issue,with the 2nd Amendment

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      1. Anonymous

        Nobody is coming to take your guns away. Banks maybe coming to take farms away if this trade war continues as future markets are at risk thank to Putin’s puppet and his elected enablers like Kristi.

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          1. Anonymous

            Are you worried you personally would fall under the red flag law? That may be a concern for all of us including law enforcement than.

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            1. a friend of education

              “Are you worried you personally would fall under the red flag law? ”

              Anon, I’m a natural-born US citizen, but if someone proposed to confiscate hunting rifles owned by lawful immigrants, I’d oppose that law. I’m not Chinese, but I’d oppose laws denying voting rights to US citizens of Chinese ancestry. I’m not Japanese, but I believe FDR’s Japanese citizen internment camps were unconstitutional. Like the freedom riders, I oppose laws that discriminate against any race, not just my own. I work to defeat unjust, ill-reasoned, over-broad policies even when they don’t harm me personally. You sound like one of those leftist hypocrites who cares about principals, not principles.

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