LUM, Mich. — Kevin Daley has received the endorsement of gun rights activist Ted Nugent in his race for the 31st State Senate seat.
“I support Kevin Daley for Michigan Senate because he is a constitutionalist. He’s a truth, logic, and common sense ‘we the people’ representative,” Nugent said. “Kevin Daley supports the 2nd Amendment. He will fight for the 2nd Amendment. Absolute 2nd Amendment rights. Let’s make sure Kevin is in the Michigan Senate.”
“I’m honored to have the endorsement of Ted Nugent,” added Daley. “As one of the most famous gun rights activists in the country and an NRA Board Member, Ted understands our 2nd Amendment rights. I’m proud to have his support, and I look forward to fighting for our constitutional rights in the State Senate.”
Ted Nugent, the “Motor City Madman,” is one of the most prominent 2nd Amendment voices in the country. The Michigan-born, hard rock guitarist is well-known for his conservative activism on such things as 2nd Amendment rights and the constitution. Nugent has served on the boards of more than two dozen charitable organizations, including the National Rifle Association.
Kevin Daley is a common sense conservative, a fifth-generation farmer, and a lifetime resident of the district. He served in the Michigan House of Representatives from 2009-2014. He is pro-life, pro-gun, and a proven tax-cutter who will create better jobs and higher paychecks by bringing back vocational job training in schools and cutting government red tape. Kevin is running for the 31st State Senate district, which includes the counties of Bay, Tuscola, and Lapeer.