#GUNVOTE Campaign Receives More Contributions

Browning Arms Company, FN America, Davidson’s, Inc., Benelli USA, Beretta USA and O.F. Mossberg & Sons contribute to NSSF’s 2020 #GUNVOTE campaign.

#GUNVOTE Campaign Receives More Contributions

NSSF, the trade association for the firearm industry, recently announced a wave of contributions to the #GUNVOTE voter registration, education and mobilization campaign. Browning Arms Company and FN America have together contributed $50,000, Benelli USA has contributed $100,000, Beretta USA has contributed $100,000, Davidson’s, Inc., a firearm wholesale distributor, has contributed $50,000, and O.F. Mossberg & Sons has contributed $75,000.

“The implications of November’s elections on the Second Amendment and the continuation of the entire firearm industry family are profound and our top priority leading to November 3rd is ensuring every gun owner and gun rights supporter casts their ballot and makes their voice heard at the polls," said Mossberg & Sons CEO Alan Iver Mossberg, Jr. "This includes the more than 5 million new first-time American firearm owners. Contributing to NSSF’s #GUNVOTE campaign was an easy decision for Mossberg, and we whole-heartedly support their tremendous efforts to educate and mobilize voters to ensure a successful November result.”

Election Day is less than 50 days away when tens of millions of voters, including more than 5 million first-time gun buyers, will head to the polls to cast their ballot in the most consequential election for the Second Amendment.

#GUNVOTE is a campaign by the NSSF to encourage America’s gun owners, target shooters and hunters to register to vote, to become educated on where the candidates stand on the Second Amendment and, on election day, not to risk their rights and #GUNVOTE. The campaign’s website provides links to help voters register and find their polling place. NSSF strongly encourages all industry members to download the #GUNVOTE button to use on their websites and social media


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