With 60 days to go before the election, the group has begun to pour money into races in Indiana and Wisconsin.
And why the party's success in taking on the gun lobby still depends on where — and when — a candidate is running.
The ‘Mothers of the Movement’ Lost Their Children to America’s Vicious Cycle of Guns, Mistrust, and Death
A shared stage at the DNC spotlights how three forms of violence feed into one another.
“We are on the cusp of losing this great American freedom,” Chris Cox says at the Republican National Convention.
Kay Hagan’s 2014 loss in North Carolina showed how far upstart gun violence prevention organizations may have to go to match the NRA when it spends big.
The editor of one influential website says he won't vote for him.
Pennsylvania’s Pat Toomey sponsored what would have been the toughest new national gun restrictions in 20 years.
New voter models show that in the Democratic primary, the issue resonates most where electoral prizes are biggest.
At the Democratic debate, the Vermont senator said he supports the right of Sandy Hook families to sue a gun manufacturer.
Its call for the party to bar all armed security from its Philadelphia gathering makes for punchy rhetoric, but wobbly logic.
“The NRA is more forgiving than we are," says GOA’s executive director Larry Pratt.