Arlington Virginia – -(Ammoland.com)- Graham Hill is running for Election to the NRA Board and is asking for your vote and support. Graham is a fifth generation Texan from San Antonio, who grew up hunting and shooting in Texas.
At a young age Graham became wheelchair bound but never stopped hunting and shooting – a passion he and his wife are passing down to their three sons.
He has been wheelchair bound for 35 years – competitively shooting and hunting to this day – and has become a leader nationally and within the NRA for mobility impaired shooters. Graham was appointed by President George W. Bush to the National Council on Disability, to promote programs for mobility impaired shooters and hunters.
Graham was nominated by the NRA Nominating Committee and is an NRA Benefactor Member, concealed carry permit holder, hunter, collector, 3-Gun and Shotgun Competitor, and AR-15 enthusiast. He is President and Federal Affairs Director of the Fifty Caliber Institute. Graham is a founding Member, past President and Current Board of Directors Members of the Washington Metro Safari Club Chapter.
The Fifty Caliber Shooting Association, the Fifty Caliber Institute, the New York State Rifle and Pistol Association, and other Second Amendment Advocates have endorsed Graham.
Graham’s commitment to the Second Amendment and the NRA is reflected in his service on the NRA Executive Committee and as Chairman of both the NRA Legislative Policy Committee and the Federal Affairs Committee.
He also serves as the Vice-Chairman of the NRA Audit Committee, and is an original member of the NRA Shooters with Disabilities Committee. He served as Vice-Chairman, NRA President’s Special Advisory Committee on Disabled Shooting. He also serves on NRA’s Ethics, Clubs & Associations and Legal Affairs Committees.
Graham worked hard to protect our gun rights as Staff Director of the Transportation Committee in the House of Representatives and is Former Senior Counsel to Congressman and NRA Board Member Don Young. Graham worked to improve interstate firearm transportation policies and improved federal land access for all hunters. Graham also worked as the Congressional Sportsman’s Caucus Attorney and Senior Staff to protect shooting and hunting rights.
In addition to Graham’s experience as a disabled hunter and shooter, his experience in Congress defending the Second Amendment has brought his unique background to the Legislative Policy Committee where he works closely with the NRA Staff implementing policies to protect American Gun Owners. Keeping him on the Board of Directors will allow his unique background and experience protecting the Second Amendment to continue to the benefit of all Gun Owners.
NRA voting members of AmmoLand news, please cast your vote for Graham Hill (#15 on your 2016 ballot).