Shannon Watts says that the gun safety movement has never been stronger. Watts, who is a co-founder of Everytown and runs its grass-roots arm Moms Demand Action, says they are ready to compete at every level.

“We have millions of supporters, and we are going to seize the moment,” she told The Washington Post.

As the National Rifle Association is struggling with a governance crisis, the leaders of the gun safety movement are preparing to double their spending to send a statement about the growing power of the gun regulation movement.

Mike Bloomberg, who is running to gain the Democratic nomination for President, is a co-founder of Everytown and has been a top backer of the group since it was formed as a successor to his previous group, Mayors Against Illegal Guns.

But as more Americans express their concern for new gun safety laws and regulations, the group has been flooded with support from people across the country.

Watts said that after the 2018 mass shooting at Parkland High School in Florida, the group saw its small-dollar donor pool grow from 70,000 to 375,000.

Read more about how Everytown plans to take on the NRA here.