Press Release: Minnesota Gun Owners PAC endorses Jim Nash for Minnesota House District 47A

MINNESOTA GUN OWNERS POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE ENDORSES JIM NASH FOR MINNESOTA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT 47A

SAINT PAUL, MINN. February 28, 2014 – The Minnesota Gun Owners Political Action Committee today announced their endorsement of Waconia Mayor Jim Nash for the Minnesota House of Representatives District 47A.

“Jim Nash has been a strong and vocal supporter of gun owners’ constitutional rights since entering the public arena, “ said Mark Okern, Chairman, Minnesota Gun Owners PAC.

Mayor Nash was one of four citizens who testified in 2013 against a disastrous gun control bill before the Minnesota Senate Judiciary Committee.

“As a member of the Minnesota House of Representatives, Jim Nash will work to support and strengthen the civil rights of gun owners in Minnesota, “ said Okern.

“I’m excited to receive the endorsement of the Minnesota Gun Owners Political Action Committee because I believe that the constitutional right to keep and bear arms is worth protecting. I promise to continue that fight in the Minnesota House, “ said Jim Nash.

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About Minnesota Gun Owners Political Action Committee

The Minnesota Gun Owners Political Action Committee (MNGOPAC) is a non-partisan single-issue political action committee that supports pro-Second Amendment lawmakers and candidates seeking state and federal office in Minnesota. MNGOPAC mobilizes Minnesotans through grassroots efforts to support pro-Second Amendment candidates while financially supporting candidates throughout the state.

 

About Jim Nash

Since 2010, Jim has served as Mayor of Waconia, Minnesota. Previously, he served as a member of the Waconia City Council from 2008 – 2010. Jim lives in Waconia with his wife Kim and their six children. He is a small business owner as a partner in DCIG, a technology analyst firm.

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