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Beware! Everytown For Gun Safety Lists 2014 Campaign Endorsements

Say it isn’t so! Michael Bloomberg and his gun control group, Everytown For Gun Safety, is on the move again. This time, they’re campaigning and endorsing numerous candidates for the 2014 midterm elections. For the first time, Everytown has created a list of endorsements for politicians on the state and federal levels. So far, 32 candidates for state office, 61 for the House, and 17 for the U.S. Senate have received endorsements.

Among the list include some of the notables:

Senator Kay Hagan (D – NC)                                                 Senator Mark Udall (D – CO)

Senator Mary Landrieu (D – LA)                                           Senator Susan Collins (R – ME)

Senator Dick Durbin (D – IL)                                                 Senator Cory Booker (D – NJ)

Nancy Pelosi (D-CA)                                                                Tammy Duckworth (D – IL)

Keith Ellison (D – MN)                                                             Pete King (R – NY)

Governor Andrew Cuomo (D – NY)                                      Elijah Cummings (D – MD)

Keep in mind that it is not a very big surprise some Republicans, such as Susan Collins and Pete King, were endorsed considering they’re liberal, big government politicians as well. Although these endorsements were overwhelmingly Democratic politicians, they were willing to support individuals in both parties who supported their gun control agenda.

There is about 40 days left for the midterms. It can be a lot of exhausting work, but let us finish strong! Let others know these are candidates who support more gun control and neglect the respect for the 2nd Amendment rights for law abiding gun owners. If a politician gets endorsed by Bloomberg and Everytown For Gun Safety, chances are you should not be voting for them.

About Mitch Behna

Mitch Behna is a Tea Party Conservative and is currently an editor and writer/contributor for Wayne Dupree News Ninja. DISCLAIMER: The postings on these site are his own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the State of Illinois or any other employer.

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