Brady PAC Endorses Members of Congress Impacted by Gun Violence


February 6, 2024


WASHINGTON – Brady PAC today announced its endorsement for re-election of current Members of Congress whose lives have been changed by America’s gun violence epidemic.

“From Oxford to El Paso, and all across America, gun violence has ravaged communities and families, including those of our endorsees today. We’re proud to fight for their election as we work to build a Congress that looks like America: one that takes seriously the threat gun violence poses to our families and communities,” said Ashley Lantz, Brady PAC executive director.

“I’m honored to be endorsed by Brady PAC, one of the largest gun safety organizations in America. When my son Jordan was ripped away from my family, I knew that his legacy would continue on in our work to save lives. I am grateful for organizations that continue to stand up for victims and survivors through each tragedy and never back down in this movement for gun safety,” said Congresswoman Lucy McBath.

“I’m thankful to be endorsed by BradyPAC and eager to continue our allied work of ending gun violence in communities across America.” said Congresswoman Veronica Escobar.

Today, Brady PAC endorsed the following U.S. Representatives:

  • Veronica Escobar (TX-16)
  • Maxwell Alejandro Frost (FL-10) 
  • Steven Horsford (NV-4)
  • Lucy McBath (GA-6)

Earlier in the 2024 cycle, Brady PAC additionally endorsed gun violence survivors Emily Busch (MI-10), Dr. Brian Williams, M.D. (TX-32), Andrei Cherny (AZ-1), and Amanda Edwards (TX-18).

Brady PAC, the political arm of Brady, was created in 2018 to counter the gun industry lobby’s dark money Super PACs. Brady PAC endorses gun violence prevention champions who support common-sense gun safety policies, including universal background checks, safe storage, and a ban on new assault weapons.


Brady PAC is dedicated to a singular goal: creating a safer America by supporting and investing in candidates who are committed to enacting, improving, and defending Gun Violence Prevention (GVP) policies across the country. It upholds the policy ideals championed by its sister organization – one of the nation’s oldest GVP grassroots advocacy organizations.


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