The senator who gave tax cuts to billionaires is "making Marie Antoinette look good," snaps a critic on Twitter.
His "dangerous positions on firearm policy and fealty to a gun-lobby agenda, alone, render him unfit to serve on the federal bench," says the group.
Former Rep. Gabby Giffords will bring 11 gun safety advocates and shooting survivors to the debate. Six are survivors of the massacre in El Paso, Texas.
Eight presidential candidates put their differences aside for a common goal.
Kelly, an Arizona Senate candidate, is married to former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, who was shot in a 2011 massacre that left six people dead.
The former Arizona congresswoman and shooting survivor demands that Mitch McConnell hold a vote on the gun legislation the House passed earlier this year.
The Giffords Law Center says the NRA illegally coordinated campaign spending with Republicans and the FEC failed to act on it.
While some Democrats call for stronger gun control legislation following the mass shooting in Las Vegas, gunmakers are seeing their stocks rise.
Advocates like it, but the NRA says there's nothing to see here.
The poster shows bullet holes around a portrait of Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (D-Ariz.), who is in a close race against the five-term senator.