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Imagine a country where violent criminals, domestic abusers, and terrorists can easily get their hands on guns.
Where people can drink alcohol at a bar with a loaded handgun in their belt.
Where parents have no right to know if there is a gun in their child’s classroom.
That’s the world the NRA’s leadership is fighting for, and they just announced that they’re going to spend at least $11.4 million on political ads to make it a reality.1 If you think this vision for America is backwards and wrong, then stand with me and make a donation of $5 or more now to help defeat the NRA’s hand-picked candidates in the 2014 election.
The NRA’s power has gone unchecked for too long. They only speak for a small group of extremists, and now they’re facing an opponent they’ve never had to face before: all of the moms, dads, and concerned citizens of this movement — including you.
The majority of Americans — including the majority of NRA members — support common-sense gun laws that can save lives. That’s why thousands of volunteers in key districts across the country will be knocking on doors and making phone calls to talk to people about voting with gun sense.
If we all pitch in, we can beat the NRA at the polls this year and elect leaders who will stand with us on measures to reduce gun violence in America.
Thanks for doing your part,
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America
1. “NRA goes big in key Senate, governor’s races,” Politico, September 17, 2014.