On Feb. 21, the NRA will launch a print campaign against Democrat Senators seeking reelection in 2014 in Arkansas, Louisiana, North Carolina, and West Virginia. This will be complimented by "digital advertising" in states like Alaska, Colorado, Montana, and South Dakota.
Maine will also be blanketed, as will New Hampshire.
The NRA will also begin running full page ads in regional sections of USA Today on Monday, Feb. 25. These ads will reach an additional 15 states, setting the tone for the campaign to come.
The ad campaign is designed to highlight internal Obama administration memos--specifically a DOJ memo--which admits that "gun control proposals will not reduce gun violence."
As Breitbart News has previously reported, gun control has now become a political campaign that could turn the tide in the 2014 elections--particularly in the Senate, where seven Democrats from red states are running for reelection next year. The NRA's campaign covers all seven of these states.