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My daughter and the children in Uvalde should have lived

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͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ ͏ {NAME}, Two years ago, 19 children and two teachers were slaughtered, another 17 people were injured and the lives of dozens of families in Uvalde, Texas, were irrevocably shattered. Unfortunately, I'm no stranger to the heartbreak and pain caused by mass shootings like this. Six years ago, my own daughter, Jaime, was murdered with an assault weapon in the halls of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Losing our children to senseless gun violence is not the only thing that the families of Uvalde and I have in common. In the wake of these tragedies, so many of us made the same commitment: We would spend the rest of our lives fighting to prevent the next Uvalde or Parkland from happening. Today, I'm asking you to join us in this fight. [Please, will you make a donation of $5 or more to help Brady PAC mobilize voters in some of the most competitive House and Senate races to help elect leaders who will finally put an END to the gun violence epidemic in America?]( [Contribute]( Just like Feb. 14, 2018, should have been a normal day for my daughter, May 24, 2022, should have been a normal day for the children at Robb Elementary School. They should have spent their days learning their times tables and playing at recess. They should have walked the halls without a care in the world, chatting with friends and sharing plans for the coming summer break. They should have lived. Instead, 19 children were gunned down in their classrooms, murdered by a weapon of war that was designed to kill as many people as possible, as quickly as possible. Just like our leaders in Congress failed my daughter, they failed the children and the families of Uvalde. Time and time again, they have had the opportunity to ban the assault weapons that have destroyed so many lives – and they have chosen to do nothing. Their inaction allows would-be shooters to purchase weapons of war legally, even as young as 18. Their greed has hardened their hearts toward the thousands of families like mine across the country who have paid in blood for their failures. But this year, we have a chance to change things, and we can't afford not to take the opportunity. It's time to elect leaders who care about protecting kids like Jaime, who will finally stand up to the gun lobby's millions. [But in a crucial election year like this one, we need all the help we can get to take on the gun lobby's dark-money donors. Will you donate to Brady PAC today so we can deploy our voter outreach teams, elect gun safety candidates and win in 2024?]( If you've saved payment information with ActBlue Express, your donation will go through immediately: [Donate $5]( [Donate $25]( [Donate $50]( [Donate Another Amount]( We can win the change we need, {NAME} – but only if we fight for it. Thank you for standing with me, Fred Guttenberg We can't wait any longer for action on gun safety. Brady PAC is fighting for lifesaving legislation like universal background checks and an assault weapons ban, but we need your support. Chip in now to help us end gun violence in America → [DONATE]( [DONATE MONTHLY]( If you prefer to donate by mail, please make checks payable to: Brady PAC, c/o Digital 600 Pennsylvania Ave SE, #15180, Washington, D.C. 20003 Paid for by Brady PAC (bradypac.org) and not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee ​ [You can unsubscribe from this mailing list at any time.](

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