Common-sense gun safety reform

“It’s time for gun sense in Texas”

Ann Johnson

Texas families have been devastated by gun violence and mass shootings. In the shadow of all the slaughters, the National Rifle Association (NRA) brags that Governor Abbott and our Republican Texas House made this last session “one of the most successful sessions we’ve had since I’ve been doing this.” Translation: The NRA owns Texas Republicans, including our incumbent Republican Sarah Davis. 

Texas has 3,288 gun deaths every year, growing 11% from 2009 to 2018, and parents across Texas are demanding real gun reform. Ann Johnson is proud to stand with Moms Demand Action and Everytown for Gun Safety for sensible laws that will help keep our kids safe:

  • Background checks
  • Extreme risk protection orders
  • Safe storage laws


“Before dawn on September 26, 2016, a gunman shot my husband and eight other drivers on a neighborhood street in West University Place. Luckily, he and the others survived. Sarah Davis was silent then – and has remained silent –on gun violence in our community. I’m supporting Ann Johnson because she understands that we need common-sense gun laws to make where we live safer.”

Katherine Parsons, District 134 resident

Where does Republican incumbent Sarah Davis stand on gun reform? 

Republican Davis touts her NRA endorsement, which she earned by fighting against common-sense background checks and extreme protection orders. She has even bragged about earning an “A” rating from the NRA. Despite high-profile school shootings, Davis voted to allow guns on our public campuses. She even voted for legislation to make it easier to buy and use a silencer. 

Decision 2020

The choice is clear: an NRA A-lister or Democrat Ann Johnson, who stands with Moms Demand Action to make our communities safer? It will take a Democratic House majority to give gun reform advocates a seat at the table in Austin. Make Ann Johnson part of it. 

Ann is endorsed by these gun reform groups

Moms Demand Action
Everytown for Gun Safety

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