Cameron Kasky, a co-founder of the ‘March for Our Lives’ gun-control movement created by Parkland high-school students after the mass-shooting there, has resigned from the organization. He says he discovered there is a lot he didn’t know, and he regrets some of the things he said in the public spotlight.
Gun-control activists at the March for Our Lives partnered with HeadCount, a supposedly non-partisan group, and registered nearly 5,000 voters at March for Our Lives rallies in thirty cities across the US. HeadCount founder Andy Bernstein says they registered more people to vote than on any other day in its 15-year history. On Sunday, HeadCount released a guide on how to conduct school and community voter registration drives.