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Mike Bouchard on Gun Control

 


Endorsed by Responsible Gun Owner groups

Source: Press release, "Endorsements" Sep 28, 2006

Endorsed by NRA in Sheriff campaign

Bouchard's past endorsements include Right to Life of Michigan PAC, the Michigan Chamber of Commerce and the National Rifle Association. Bouchard was a leader in the state Senate and he served in the leadership of local government. He's owned his own business. He's worn a badge for 18 years. He's a husband and father of three. Mike Bouchard's experience sets him apart and make him the best candidate to secure our future as our next US Senator.
Source: Campaign website, www.bouchardforussenate.com Mar 5, 2006

No assault weapon ban; no gun dealer liability

Q: Do you think Federal Firearms Licensed Dealers should be liable if the products they sell are used in a crime?

A: No

Q: Would you support the Federal Assault Weapons Ban if it came up again?

A: No

Q: Do you think the 2nd Amendment is a collective or individual right?

A: I think the 2nd Amendment is a broad based right that guarantees the rights of people in all states, so it's individual, and by shape broader than that.

Source: Interview with MI Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners PAC Dec 1, 2005

Concealed carry ok

Q: Would you support legislation to issue a Federal Concealed Carry Permit that included all 50 states for US citizens?

A: Yes

Q: Would you place restrictions on where they would carry and what would they be.

A: There would be some places that would have restrictions, for example courtrooms, places that are dispute resolution oriented, airports (sterile area), those that are directly affecting the security of us all.

Q: Do you support the Michigan Concealed Carry Law?

A: Yes.

Source: Interview with MI Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners PAC Dec 1, 2005

Other candidates on Gun Control: Mike Bouchard on other issues:
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Jennifer Granholm
MI Senatorial:
Bret McAtee
Carl Levin
Debbie Stabenow
Keith Butler
Leonard Schwartz

2004 Presidential:
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Sen.John Kerry
Ralph Nader

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Sen.Hillary Clinton
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Sen.Russ Feingold
Rudy Giuliani
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