Andrew Walter receives endorsement from the National Association for Gun Rights
TEMPE, AZ – The National Association for Gun Rights (NAGR) announced their endorsement of Andrew Walter, candidate for Congress in Arizona’s 9th Congressional District. Christopher Kuper, the director of federal legislation for the organization, stated “We at NAGR believe that Andrew will fit right in with the growing number of liberty-loving, pro-gun members of the House.”
In response to the endorsement, Mr. Walter stated “I’m honored to have the support of a grassroots organization that prides itself on protecting the rights of Americans. I believe in protecting the rights of responsible, law-abiding gun owners. Politicians will never be able to legislate into extinction the evil that exists in the human heart and in society writ large. I reject the notion that restricting law-abiding citizen’s Second Amendment rights will somehow reduce violent crimes perpetrated by the law- breaker.”
About Andrew Walter
Andrew Walter is a native Arizonan and starred at quarterback for Arizona State University (ASU) where he earned a BA in Communication. Andrew was selected in the 2005 NFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders and finished his career with the New England Patriots. Following his professional sports career Andrew earned his MBA from ASU, with an emphasis in finance. Andrew has had great success in the private sector as the Principal of Andrew Walter Holdings, a senior secured lending firm, and as a credit analyst for MidFirst Bank.
About the National Association for Gun Rights
The National Association for Gun Rights is the fastest growing gun rights group in America. NAGR was founded in 2001 as a 501(c) 4 civil rights advocacy organization designed to educate gun owners about state and federal legislation that affects their gun rights. NAGR assists the growing movement of state- level grassroots gun rights organizations, as well as organizing grassroots lobbying on state and federal legislation.
Latest posts by Press Release (see all)
- Governor Ducey To Feds: Time To Improve Highway Rest Stops - November 12, 2017
- Arizona Partners With Uber On Second Chance Rides Program - November 11, 2017
- Tom O’Halleran Is Vulnerable In AZ01 - November 11, 2017