Clark Jolley is an unwavering defender of Second Amendment Rights, and always supports legislation that protects these rights guaranteed by our Constitution. He believes that our right to keep and bear arms is a fundamental right of self-protection against those who would harm and threaten us or our families.
Clark stood with other state legislative leaders and filed an Amicus Brief with the United States Supreme Court urging the defeat of a local government's attempt to curb the gun ownership rights of its citizens. That case (Otis McDonald v. City of Chicago) was decided in favor of the individual's rights and not gun-grabbing zealots.
Standing up for Second Amendment Rights in the Oklahoma Legislature
By any measure, Clark Jolley has been a leader on Second Amendment legislation since he was first elected. He has authored or co-authored many bills to strengthen gun owner rights and expand protections. For this unwavering leadership, Clark has consistently received an "A" from the National Rifle Association, and is proud to have the distinction of being a recipient of their endorsement in his elections.
Clark Jolley's support and leadership has been instrumental to passing Second Amendment legislation, including the top priorities of supporters of Second Amendment rights during this legislative session. He has supported the following bills:
You can count on Clark to continue standing up for our Second Amendment Rights in the U.S. Congress
Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.
Clark understands that our Second Amendment Rights are under constant, vicious attack from anti-gun zealots. He is a strict Constitutionalist and Oklahomans can count on him to be the strongest possible advocate for our Second Amendment Rights in Congress