2014 has been a historic year for the gun violence prevention movement. Check out just some of this year’s groundbreaking victories highlighted below — and vote for the one that inspires you the most for the fight head in 2015. Just click the image to cast your vote.
Target, Chipotle, Panera, Chili’s, and Sonic all adopted policies to keep customers safe from the threat of gun violence. Facebook created new rules to curb online gun sales. In 2015 and beyond, Moms will keep the pressure on Kroger and other companies to adopt gun sense policies. CLICK TO VOTE >>
After a hard-fought campaign, voters in Washington State made history by becoming the first state ever to close the background check loophole by popular vote — and there’s already a similar ballot initiative campaign taking shape in Nevada. CLICK TO VOTE >>
Supporters like you helped pass new laws in six states — Louisiana, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Vermont, Washington, and Wisconsin — that help get guns out of the hands of domestic abusers and save women’s lives. In 2015, we’ll be there every step of the way as even more lawmakers consider life-saving laws like these. CLICK TO VOTE >>
After the May 2014 shooting near Santa Barbara, Americans answered Richard Martinez’s call to action and sent more than 2 million #NotOneMore postcards to elected officials around the country. CLICK TO VOTE >>
The governors who closed the background check loophole ran for re-election as Gun Sense Champions — and won. Folks like you have made support for strong gun laws a winning issue, and together we’ll continue to defend elected officials who make common-sense gun laws a top priority. CLICK TO VOTE >>
Cast your vote for the most important gun sense victory of 2014 by clicking one of the images above.