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NRA spends $20 million this election cycle

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

By the time voters go to the polls Tuesday, the National Rifle Association will have spent a total of $20 million dollars this cycle on the election, The Daily Caller has learned. In an interview, Chris Cox, the chief lobbyist for the gun lobby, acknowledged how both Republicans and Democrats have touted the organization's support this year. "It's an enviable position for any group to be in," Cox said. "We have Republicans and Democrats fighting over who is more pro gun and whose more pro NRA. That's a great position for us to be in, and that's a great position for NRA members to be in."

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