NEW AD: Everytown for Gun Safety Announces $500k Investment in Pennsylvania Supreme Court Race
PHILADELPHIA — Today, Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund unveiled a new TV and digital ad for the 2023 Pennsylvania Supreme Court election as part of a $500,000 investment in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court race. The ad, “Now We Know,” highlights Judge Carolyn Carluccio’s extreme agenda and support from the gun lobby and will run in the Philadelphia media market.
“Pennsylvanians need a Supreme Court judge who will prioritize public safety — but Judge Carolyn Carluccio is a MAGA extremist who is backed by the gun lobby and opposes common sense gun safety laws,” said John Feinblatt, president of Everytown for Gun Safety. “State supreme courts play a critical role in preventing gun violence, which is why Everytown is working hard to elect judges who respect a community’s right to enact common-sense gun safety laws.”
Earlier this year, Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund activated its grassroots networks to turn out the vote and ran a $500,000 independent expenditure paid media campaign for the Wisconsin Supreme Court race. Gun sense Judge Janet Protasiewicz’s 11-point victory was yet another proof-point for the power of gun safety as a winning issue.
AD TRANSCRIPT: “NOW WE KNOW”
What is she hiding?
Carluccio was running for our Supreme Court, but wiped her extreme positions from her website…
And now we know why.
Carluccio was being bankrolled by MAGA Republicans who want to ban abortion in Pennsylvania with no exceptions for rape or incest.
And she’s being backed by the gun lobby that opposes background checks on all gun sales…
Hiding her extreme agenda…
Not telling the truth.
We just can’t trust Carolyn Carluccio.
Paid for by Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund.
Did you know?
Every day, more than 120 people in the United States are killed with guns, twice as many are shot and wounded and countless others are impacted by acts of gun violence.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. WONDER Online Database, Underlying Cause of Death. A yearly average was developed using four years of the most recent available data: 2018 to 2021.