PROVIDENCE, R.I.– Walter Berbrick has been awarded the 2023 Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidate distinction as a dedicated advocate for common sense gun safety. Berbrick’s firm stance that weapons of war have no place on our streets has earned him this recognition from a leading gun violence prevention organization.
Moms Demand Action is a grassroots movement of Americans fighting for safer communities. The organization’s Gun Sense Candidate distinction is awarded to a candidate that advocates for gun violence prevention and will govern with gun safety in mind.
Throughout his campaign, Walter Berbrick has been a vocal proponent of sensible gun safety measures that aim to protect our communities and save lives. His dedication to responsible gun ownership and preventing gun violence has resonated with voters across the district.
Drawing from personal experiences that have touched him deeply, Berbrick firmly believes that society cannot afford to ignore this pressing issue any longer. He has made it his mission to advocate for comprehensive gun safety measures that prioritize public safety over partisan politics.
Walter Berbrick, as a Navy Veteran, understands the devastating impact of weapons firsthand, and as a father, he knows the fear that the threat of gun violence brings to every parent’s heart. Drawing on these deeply personal experiences, Berbrick firmly believes that society can no longer afford to turn a blind eye to this pressing issue.
“I will not stop until both houses come together to pass common sense gun legislation,” Berbrick stated. “Requiring comprehensive background checks on all firearm purchases, closing existing loopholes, combating gun trafficking, and investing in research for preventing gun violence and mental health are crucial steps that we must take. Most of all, we must ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines once and for all because weapons of war have no place on our streets.”
By receiving the 2023 Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidate distinction, Walter Berbrick joins a distinguished group of candidates who have pledged to prioritize gun violence prevention and lead with compassion and evidence-based policy-making.