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Democratic Candidate Eric Swalwell's Presidential Campaign Thinks Gun Reform Will Mobilize Voters

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Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Rep. Eric Swalwell is placing his bets on gun reform as a winning issue. Swalwell is explicitly focusing his campaign on reducing gun violence and presenting more detailed gun restrictions. Swalwell supports both a ban on assault weapons and a mandatory buy-back program, says Business Insider. He's teamed up with student activists working on gun control, including March for Our Lives.

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