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Demanding gun violence prevention in New Hampshire

The streets of Nashua, N.H., were filled last week with OFA supporters voicing their support for common-sense gun violence prevention measures. Community members gathered at City Hall Plaza to raise the profile of an important issue that Congress has failed to act on.
At the rally, volunteers were met by a group of anti-reform advocates who openly carried their own guns to the event as a counter-protest, but OFA New Hampshire did not back down. Volunteers started a "Honk for gun violence prevention" rally outside City Hall to show New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte that support for common-sense gun reform is real and widespread in the Granite State. They demanded that the senator stand with the people of New Hampshire—the clear majority of whom support expanding background checks for gun sales to protect our communities.
OFA-NH supporters stood their ground to let Sen. Ayotte know they are not backing down on this life-or-death issue.
Join with New Hampshire volunteers and say you won't back down until Congress acts. Add your voice to the movement for gun violence prevention today.
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