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Gun Control & RKBA

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Wed Nov 5, 2014, 10:55 AM Nov 2014

Gun control and the election results [View all]

Did party policies and the actions on gun control, or lack thereof, over the last two years have an effect on the results of this election?

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Yes, major help for Democrats
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Yes, major help for Republicans
23 (85%)
Yes, minor help for Democrats
1 (4%)
Yes, minor help for Republicans
2 (7%)
Somewhat but no clear benefit to either side
1 (4%)
No, none at all
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I 594 passed and that is all that matters
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There was an election? When?
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In Colorado - it mattered. earthside Nov 2014 #1
Same in my state, GGJohn Nov 2014 #2
It's generally pro-Republican krispos42 Nov 2014 #3
In New York ... Straw Man Nov 2014 #4
Gun control ended up having zero impact in Minnesota. Jenoch Nov 2014 #5
The Minnesota House is now in GOP control. kcci Jan 2015 #11
Which GOP wins were because of gun issues? Jenoch Feb 2015 #13
Trying to argue that the only issue that caused three recalls kcci Feb 2015 #17
What three recalls? I could be spacing out. Jenoch Feb 2015 #18
Colorado had their first three recalls in state history kcci Feb 2015 #19
Go back and re-read my post to which you Jenoch Feb 2015 #20
Good question derby378 Nov 2014 #6
The NRA is so punk. Eleanors38 Nov 2014 #9
Lots of NRA poorly rated folks, got replaced by (A) rated folks.. virginia mountainman Nov 2014 #7
Gun-control is a sign-on bonus for any GOPer... Eleanors38 Nov 2014 #8
I don't think it was a factor in Michigan Kaleva Nov 2014 #10
This message was self-deleted by its author Electric Monk Jan 2015 #12
They are deluded, those who think that citizens want more gun control, that there are fewer owners. NYC_SKP Feb 2015 #14
Why is the 2A the only right were we support a regressive agenda? ileus Feb 2015 #15
Cause toters are rude and don't deserve rights discntnt_irny_srcsm Feb 2015 #16
kick ileus Nov 2015 #21
Well, considering Bloomberg is a "former" Republican... LAGC Nov 2015 #24
K&R n/t discntnt_irny_srcsm Nov 2015 #22
WaPo TeddyR Nov 2015 #23
Bloomberg's gun control group "Everytown for Gun Safety" backed two Democrats. SecularMotion Nov 2015 #25
Read the article from the WaPo TeddyR Nov 2015 #26
So, you're willing to claim Gecker lost on gun control, but won't credit McPike for winning SecularMotion Nov 2015 #27
Obama won that district by 64 percent gejohnston Nov 2015 #28
This wasn't a Presidential election with a high turnout. SecularMotion Nov 2015 #29
true, but this is a safe district gejohnston Nov 2015 #30
Sure, SecMo. Kang Colby Nov 2015 #31
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