USA -(Ammoland.com)- NRA Board Election ballots must be RECEIVED by the NRA no later than April 9, 2017. If you have not yet mailed in your ballot, DO IT TODAY!
While Knife Rights is proud to count many members of the NRA Board of Directors as our friends and supporters, Knife Rights does not normally endorse candidates in an NRA election.
However, we make an exception when they are members of our Board of Directors, Advisory Board or celebrity supporters.
Our good friend Graham Hill could really use your help this year. Graham is the Chairman of the NRA Legislative Policy and Federal Affairs Committees and is an advisor to Knife Rights on legislative issues in Congress.
His comprehensive understanding of, and insights into, what makes Congress tick and how to get things done on The Hill are extremely helpful to the NRA and to Knife Rights, particularly as we work to pass the Knife Owners' Protection Act including repeal of the Federal Switchblade Act (H.R. 84). Graham's dedication to the Second Amendment is second to none and he deserves your vote.
Please also vote for Todd J. Rathner, our Knife Rights' Director of Legislative Affairs–our lobbyist. He has been instrumental in our outstanding legislative success to date, totaling 23 pro-knife laws enacted in 16 states and 6 anti-knife bills defeated.
Todd's efforts in bringing Knife Rights' issues to the attention of the NRA Board and staff has been invaluable and it is certainly in our best interests to see him continue in this role. Beyond that, he works tirelessly in support of the Second Amendment.
Knife Rights encourages our members who are also NRA voting members to vote for Graham and Todd and reminds you that NRA Board Election ballots must be received by the NRA no later than April 9, 2017.
About Knife Rights:
Knife Rights is America's grassroots knife owners organization, forging a Sharper Future for all knife owners. Knife Rights is dedicated to providing knife owners an effective voice to influence public policy. In doing so, Knife Rights is rewriting knife law in America. In the past seven years, Knife Rights has passed pro-knife legislation repealing knife bans in 15 states and stopped anti-knife legislation in 6 states. Knife Rights also leads a federal civil rights lawsuit against New York City and the New York District Attorney over their persecution of knife owners.