Tell Gov. McAuliffe you agree: Virginia needs stronger gun safety laws!

Alison Parker and Adam Ward, two young journalists with Roanoke news station WDBJ-TV in Virginia, were shot to death during a live broadcast. In the wake of this tragedy, VA Governor Terry McAuliffe has renewed his call for tougher gun laws in the Commonwealth.

In memory of Adam Ward and Alison Parker, and of the more than 10,000 Virginians who have died from gun violence since 2001, help Governor McAuliffe fight for commonsense gun laws in Virginia. Sign on to MomsRising's message of support and help the governor build momentum for gun safety in the next state legislative session!

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Dear Governor Terry McAuliffe:

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the loved ones of Adam Ward and Alison Parker, and to the WDBJ-TV community. This senseless gun violence must stop. We agree with you that the Commonwealth needs commonsense gun laws like universal background checks on gun sales, and you have our support as you continue the fight to keep Virginia families and communities safe from gun violence.

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