Today, Everytown for Gun Safety Victory Fund unveiled new TV and digital ads that criticize Karen Handel for siding with President Trump and the gun lobby instead of keeping Georgians safe from gun violence or protecting Georgians with pre-existing conditions. Part of a $1.7 million ad buy, the ads feature Moms Demand Action and Students Demand Action volunteers from GA-06.
Today, Everytown for Gun Safety Victory Fund (“Everytown Victory Fund”) unveiled new Spanish digital ads against Tony Gonzales, targeted to Latino voters in Texas’ 23rd congressional district. Everytown Victory Fund will be spending $200,000 to run the ads on digital platforms in Texas’ 23rd district starting later this week until the election.
Today, Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund endorsed a slate of candidates for the U.S. House and Senate who have championed gun safety. Each of these candidates received the Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidate distinction, a prerequisite for being considered for endorsement.
Today, Everytown for Gun Safety Victory Fund (“Everytown”) announced a partnership with Priorities USA Action to defeat Donald Trump and elect Joe Biden, and announced that it will spend $6 million on television and digital ads in Florida, which will begin running after Labor Day. The advertising campaign will include $4 million in television ads, which will run in the Orlando and Tampa media markets, and $2 million in digital ads, which will run statewide.
Today, Everytown for Gun Safety Victory Fund unveiled new TV and digital ads in North Carolina and Iowa, slamming Senators Thom Tillis and Joni Ernst for taking money from the gun lobby and other special interests, like the oil and gas and pharmaceutical industries, while blocking common-sense gun safety measures and voting against the interests of their constituents time after time.
Approaching the year mark of the shooting in El Paso, Texas, Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund and Everytown for Gun Safety Victory Fund announced a new paid media program to reach Latino voters in battleground states including Texas, Arizona, and Florida, and released a poll conducted by Equis Research and Global Strategy Group that demonstrates the salience of gun safety messaging to Latino voters.