Gabby Giffords will endorse Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton according to multiple reports.
The endorsement — first reported by CBS News — comes after Friday marked five years since Gifford was shot in the head by a gunman that killed six others outside a supermarket in Tucson. Giffords sat in the front row during a President Obama press conference that called for more urgency against gun violence.
CBS said that Clinton’s stance on gun control played a role in the decision. Clinton has been aggressive in going after Sen. Bernie Sanders’ stance on guns.
Giffords represented Arizona’s eighth congressional district from 2007-2012.
Her husband, retired NASA astronaut Mark Kelly, also endorsed Clinton.
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