Today, Everytown for Gun Safety Victory Fund and House Majority PAC announced $1.2 million in new TV and digital ads that criticize Rich McCormick for his stances on healthcare and on COVID-19. The TV ads will run on Atlanta broadcast stations through the election.
Today, Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund and Everytown for Gun Safety Victory Fund Announced a $350,000 direct mail campaign featuring letters from survivors of gun violence in battleground states. The mailers are being sent to voters in competitive legislative districts in Arizona, Minnesota, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Texas. The campaign is part of Everytown’s more than $10 million effort to elect gun sense candidates to key chambers of state legislatures across the country.
Today Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund unveiled a new direct mail piece in the form of a personal letter penned by Rolf Olson, a survivor of gun violence and volunteer with Minnesota Moms Demand Action, part of Everytown’s grassroots network. In the letter, Olson urges voters to vote against Republicans for the Minnesota state Senate who oppose common-sense gun safety measures, after yet another year of inaction on gun violence. Everytown is spending more than $1 million in digital ads and direct mail to flip the Minnesota state Senate to a gun sense majority.
Today, Everytown for Gun Safety Victory Fund (“Everytown Victory Fund”) and House Majority PAC unveiled new television ads against Troy Nehls, targeted towards voters in Texas’ 22nd congressional district. Everytown Victory Fund and House Majority PAC will be spending $1.2 million to run the TV ads in the Houston media market through the election.
Today, Everytown for Gun Safety Victory Fund launched a new ad as part of a $700,000 TV and digital ad campaign to mobilize voters in the key battleground states of Arizona, North Carolina, and Texas. The ads will target key voter constituencies, including young voters, Black voters, and Latino voters, and will run on digital platforms in Arizona, North Carolina, and Texas, and on television in the Dallas and Houston media markets until election day.
Everytown for Gun Safety Victory Fund today announced a $50,000 ad buy in print outlets targeting Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) voters in Texas. The ads, produced in partnership with AAPI Victory Fund, highlight the Republican-controlled legislature’s failure to pass laws like background checks on all gun sales and urge voters to support gun sense candidates for the Texas House.