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Can The NRA Be Politically Relevant In The 2020 Presidential Election?

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The National Rifle Association has been reeling from leadership shakeups and allegations of financial mismanagement. The NRA is up against a different political landscape in 2020 than the one it faced four years ago. Democratic presidential hopefuls talk about universal background checks, banning assault weapons, and taking on the NRA. They've also been bolstered by gun control groups more formidable opponents to the gun rights movement. In May 2019, 61% of voters said they supporter stricter gun laws, compared to 34% who opposed them. In the 2018 midterms, CNN reports gun control groups actually outspent the NRA.

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