Cutter: Campaign to ‘Activate’ on Guns

'I think that you can expect to see that network activated, very soon'

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Former deputy Obama campaign manager Stephanie Cutter said Wednesday that the campaign network will be “activated very soon” on the issue of gun control.

“President Obama’s network across this country, grassroots individuals, who organize, volunteered with their time to get the president reelected are much more powerful than the NRA lobby,” Cutter said in an interview with Ed Schultz. “And I think that you can expect to see that network activated, very soon.”

Former campaign officials, including Cutter, are reportedly working on restructuring Obama for America into a 501(c)4 or Super PAC.

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