25 Oct , 2018

Bloomberg’s Everytown Spending $5.8 million to defeat Congresswoman Karen Handel in Georgia

These are pretty incredible numbers. Year to date donations by Bloomberg’s Everytown for this race.

Canal Partners Media: $1,840,250.00

Siegel Strategies, LLC: $1,959,907.81

The Pivot Group, Inc.: $1,938,907.81

Bully Pulpit Interactive, LLC: $45,500.00

Total: $5,782,564

This is an incredible about of money for Bloomberg to put into one race. Here are the original documents as the numbers will be updated in those links.…

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6 Oct , 2018

Who are Gun Control advocates targeting the most in the House of Representatives?

We have previously noted that Everytown for Gun Safety is putting $5 million into 15 House races. The big dollars from Bloomberg are being funneled through Giffords PAC
Giffords PAC Independent Expenditures
 
1) Jason Lewis (MN 2nd Congressional District)
 
First-term incumbent Jason Lewis (R) of Minnesota’s Second Congressional district. His $1.36 million in the bank is matched just by Giffords’ gun control organization, which is putting $1.3 million into the race against him.

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26 Sep , 2018

Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown spending $5 million on 15 Congressional races to flip control to the Democrats

Michael Bloomberg’s gun control Everytown is already investing heavily in the midterm elections, but they announced another $5 million in 15 House races. There is a normal wave for the party that doesn’t hold the presidency. Bloomberg’s Everytown and the media is likely to interpret any pick up by the Democrats as a win for gun control advocates.…

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20 Jun , 2018

Michael Bloomberg announces pouring at least $80 million in 2018 House elections to make Democrat Majority

Michael Bloomberg “has approved a plan to pour at least $80 million into the 2018 election” to give Democrats control of the US House of Representatives. Note this doesn’t include money Bloomberg is putting in pushing gun control issues.

This reminds us of Robert Reich’s recent claims about NRA campaign spending: “The National Rifle Association is a special interest group with a stranglehold on the Republican Party.

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17 Sep , 2017

Bloomberg’s Everytown announces initially spending of $1 million on Virginia state races this year

In 2015, Bloomberg spent $2 million just on two state Senate races to flip the control of the Virginia state Senate.  The announcement of a new $1 million only includes initial money directly from Everytown and not the side donations that Bloomberg makes directly to Democrats.  One has to be very careful not to automatically assume that just because Bloomberg has previously not gotten a lot of return to his money that he will be in the same position this time.  …

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10 Apr , 2017

Mike Bloomberg vows $25 million in 2018 to fight “concealed carry”

Michael Bloomberg continues pouring tons money into pushing gun control.  Last November he spent $28 million on his two initiatives in Nevada and Maine.  From 2013 to 2016, Bloomberg donated a total of $48 million to candidates running for federal office. The NRA contributed a measly $2.1 million.  Now Bloomberg is going to spend $25 million going after concealed carry laws.  …

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3 Jan , 2017

Michael Bloomberg wasted $20 million on Nevada’s Background Checks on Private Transfers

This year, Bloomberg got a background check initiative onto the ballots of Maine and Nevada. Given the supposed 90% support that the media tells us that there is for these polls and the massive financial support provided by Bloomberg, one would think that these initiatives would be slam dunks.  Yet, Bloomberg lost in Maine by 4 percent, and won in Nevada by just 0.8 percent. …

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2 Dec , 2016

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CPRC in the Philadelphia Inquirer: “Bloomberg has little to show for millions spent on gun control”

Dr. John Lott had a new op-ed in the Philadelphia Inquirer on the truly massive amount of money that Michael Bloomberg is spending pushing gun control.

If it wasn’t for Michael Bloomberg’s billions, there wouldn’t be much of a gun-control movement.

This year, Bloomberg got a background check initiative onto the ballots of Maine and Nevada.

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