Brady PAC Endorses Ruben Gallego for U.S. Senate

WASHINGTON – Brady PAC, the political arm of Brady, today endorsed gun violence prevention champion Ruben Gallego for U.S. Senate.

“Ruben Gallego unites Arizonans around a common vision: a better and a safer future for all. We look forward to working with Ruben in January 2025 to build a country that lives up to the promises that we owe every child, honoring and preserving their fundamental right to exist, unscathed by the ravages of gun violence. Ruben Gallego is the leader that will protect the true promise of every Arizona family.” said Ashley Lantz, executive director of Brady PAC.

“The stakes simply could not be higher, and anyone who cares at all about democracy must support Ruben Gallego for Senate. His opponent is an unserious, self-aggrandizing obstructionist of the democratic process who must be stopped,” stated Parkland survivor Fred Guttenberg, father of Jaime Taylor Guttenberg. “As a former soldier in Iraq, and as a father, he understands that we can have sensible policies that keep our children from harm.”

As a member of the U.S. House since 2015, Gallego has fostered solutions to reduce gun violence that disproportionately impacts Latino communities. He has co-sponsored and/or supported legislation to ensure universal background checks, ban the manufacturing of new assault weapons, make homemade “ghost guns” subject to serial numbers and background checks, prohibit the use of high capacity magazines, provide violence intervention funding in local communities, encourage safe storage of firearms, and much more.

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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