The National Rifle Association once stood as a bulwark of principle and a champion of Second Amendment advocacy. However, recent controversies and lawsuits have driven the organization to the brink.
In the long term, the cost could be great for gun enthusiasts and constitutionally informed gun owners. But the short term, it may have also revealed a significant impact on pro-gun candidates who are not getting the support from the NRA that they would have in previous campaigns.
In the NRA’s most recent filings, it has “spent less than $1 million in the 2020 election cycle – a fraction of the over $8 million spent at this point in the 2016 campaign,” according to Fox News.
The NRA has promised to spend tens of millions in this campaign cycle.
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