New Hampshire GOP Hosts Machinegun Shoot

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In New Hampshire, Republicans are taking seriously their presidential candidate's lag in fundraising. GOP officials in Manchester organized a "machinegun shoot." For $25, supporters can fire a variety of automatic and semi-automatic weapons favored by the military. Ammunition costs extra.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

And you may have heard that Republican candidates are trailing Democrats in the race to see who can raise the most money this year. Our last word today comes from New Hampshire, where Republicans are taking their situation very seriously.

Party officials in Manchester have organized a machine gun shoot. For $25 supporters can fire a variety of automatic and semi-automatic weapons favored by the military. Ammunition costs extra. And it's more than a fundraiser, as one organizer describes it. It's a fun day, a family day.

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