Paul McCartney Advocates for 'Sensible Gun Control Laws' Ahead of Midterm Elections

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Sir Paul McCartney during the March for Our Lives rally on March 24, 2018 in New York City. 

Paul McCartney took to social media to share his opinion on gun control in the U.S. on Tuesday (Oct. 30).

The 76-year-old singer posted a photo of him and wife Nancy Shevell sporting "We can end gun violence" shirts under their jackets to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The picture comes from the March for Our Lives Rally in New York on March 24.

"In the light of the recent tragic shootings in the USA I hope the American people will vote to elect politicians who advocate sensible gun control laws," he wrote.

View the photo below:


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