One of only 12 made, the banner - measuring 10 feet long and 6 feet high – crisscrossed battleground states in the final frantic month of the tight contest and played an important role in determining the outcome of the 2004 presidential election. The banner was displayed at NRA rallies and gun shows and was a major part of the National Rifle Association’s intense efforts to educate voters that despite his attempt to pander to sportsmen, Senator Kerry had a 20 year record of hostility towards the 2nd Amendment. The NRA rallies were crucial in turning out enough voters to give Bush victories in pivotal battleground states such as Ohio and West Virginia.
The banner has been signed by NRA chief lobbyist and NRA Political Victory Fund chairman Chris W. Cox.
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