Great Research by our Partners
Drain the NRA
Spreedsheets of companies supporting and opposing the gun industry.
Gun Bills Submitted
Descriptions of every gun bill submitted in every state.
Legislator Report Cards
Legislator grades based their votes on gun bills covering all States and Congress.
Partners We Work With
👍Drain the NRA
We are a movement that boycotts the gun industry, its corporate partners and targets the politicians it pays off!
Seeks to find and promote candidates for office who understand that gun violence is a political problem that must be solved politically, and who know that when it comes to gun safety, voters deserve a clearly stated position.
👍Right to Bear Facts/Repeal Second Amendment
The goal of the Right to Bear Facts and Repeal Second Amendment is to influence the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the 5-4 Heller decision of 2008 and the 5-4 McDonald decision of 2010 so that common sense gun laws can be passed.
👍Woman’s March Youth Empower Coalition
A coalition of organizations coming together with a united purpose: supporting and strengthening the youth movement in the United States to enact change in the midterm elections.
Indivisible-RISE Newburyport (I-RISE) is a fully registered chapter of Indivisible, the leading national Resistance organization. Our focus is on political action, following the Indivisible435 strategy to build electoral power in every one of the 435 congressional districts.
👍Massachusetts Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence
As an umbrella organization, the Coalition brings together organizations and institutions across MA to end the epidemic of gun violence that plagues our communities and takes the lives of so many of our citizens.
Our mission is to get students engaged in progressive politics. We connect students with campaigns and organizations doing the jobs they want. We currently focus on the issue of gun violence, due to the movement being student led and primarily affecting students.
Enter your zip code at The League of Women Voters to find your representatives and senators.