Lee Fisher on Gun Control
Comments made by Strickland to the Dayton Daily News in May ("He said he does not own a gun, nor does he consider himself a 'gun person,' but, 'I believe in a citizen's right to own a gun.'") haven't exactly helped.
Lee Fisher lost a 1994 bid as Attorney General, having been quoted as saying "I never met a gun control bill I didn't like," and lost a 1998 race for Governor, having stood on a podium with gun ban extremist Sarah Brady to announce his campaign.
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The CC survey summarizes candidate stances on the following topic: "Further restrictions on the right to keep and bear arms"
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The following ratings are based on lifetime voting records on gun issues and the results of a questionaire sent to all Congressional candidates; the NRA assigned a letter grade (with A+ being the highest and F being the lowest).
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