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Former National Deputy Chief of the U.S. Border Patrol Ron Colburn
Sees Peters as the Candidate Who Will Defend Our Borders
“I am greatly honored to have Chief Colburn’s endorsement,” said Sam Peters. “He knows firsthand the challenges we confront at our border, and why now more than ever it is imperative to secure our borders and support our brave Border Patrol Agents. In Congress, I will work to protect our border and ensure that those entering the country illegally are punished not our Border Agents.”“Four thousand Border Patrol agents are facing firing due to exercising their medical choice to not get the Covid vaccine,” said Ronald S. Coburn, former National Deputy Chief of the U.S. Border Patrol. “At a time when the border is being overrun. In fact, last month there was a 5 day stretch where no agents were sent to patrol a 200 mile stretch of the Arizona border – because all the agents were at the processing center. Sam understands the threat this poses to America, and he will stand with Border Patrol and Patriots like me working to end illegal immigration.“
### ABOUT SAM PETERS Sam is a U.S. Air Force Major (Retired), Bronze Star recipient, a two-time “Best of Las Vegas” small business owner, and devoted family man and Christian. He ran for Congress in Nevada’s 4th District in 2020. After a strong 2d place finish in a crowded Republican primary, he founded the Law Enforcement Loyalty PAC to help elect pro-law enforcement candidates in local and state races. He has served on multiple non-profit and political organization boards, promoted conservatism as a twice-weekly guest host on talk radio, and was named as one of the Top 10 Conservatives in Nevada by a renowned local political critic. Sam has earned a Master’s Degree in Administration, a Post-Graduate Certificate in Organizational Finance, he’s a graduate of Air Command and Staff College and also holds Series 6, 63, 26, and 51 securities licenses.