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Oregon Firearms Federation Endorses E. Werner Reschke
April 5, 2016
Gin Reschke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
For Immediate Release
Klamath Falls, OR — Oregon Firearms Federation has endorsed E. Werner Reschke for
State Representative #56. The Oregon Firearms Federation (OFF) is Oregon’s only nocompromise
gun rights organization. OFF’s mission is to protect gun owners’ rights in Oregon
and the United States.
E. Werner Reschke is a strong advocate of the second amendment and gun ownership rights.
The following endorsement was sent to Reschke’s campaign:
The Oregon Firearms Federation Political Action Committee is pleased to endorse
Werner Reschke for House District 56.
Werner responded to our candidate questionnaire 100% pro-rights. Gail Whitsett was a
principled supporter of the Second Amendment in her time in office and we are
confident that Werner will be as committed to personal liberty as Whitsett was.
We look forward to working with Werner to protect Oregonian’s rights in the Oregon
—Kevin Starrett, President of Oregon Firearms Federation
In response to the endorsement Mr. Reschke said,
“I am proud to have received a ranking of 100% by the Oregon Firearms Federation.
Our Second Amendment rights are critical to preserve our individual liberty. I will work
hard to protect our gun ownership rights in Salem.”
E. Werner Reschke’s campaign theme is “Your Liberty First.” Werner promises to view every
policy and legislation based on whether it infringes or promotes our liberty.
“Without liberty there cannot be prosperity for all.” Mr. Reschke said.
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