Ballots Are Due for 2018 NRA Board Member Elections

NRA Board Election Ballot Vote
Ballots Are Due for 2018 NRA Board Member Elections

USA –  -(Ammoland.com)- Sunday, April 15th, 2018 is the final due date for ballots for the 2018 NRA Board Member Election. Ballots must be received and opened by the 15th; postmarks will not count. If you have not already done so, please send in your ballots as every vote counts in this close election. If you want to change in the NRA leadership the due date for you to send in your ballots is now.

2018 NRA Board Member Election Ballots Are Due

AmmoLand News has had extensive coverage this year of NRA Board issues, which you can review at the following link.  NRA Board Elections. AmmoLand News has endorsed the following individuals, and they deserve your vote.

Scott Bach

Scott Bach
Scott Bach

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News is endorsing Scott Bach for 2018 NRA Board of Directors.

“Scott is an experienced and effective fighter for your right to keep and bear arms. His leadership in the state of New Jersey has been instrumental during Chris Christie's time as Governor and is now needed more than ever with the election of rabid gun banner, Phil Murphy, to the office. Please vote for Scott Bach for NRA BOD” ~ Fredy Riehl, AmmoLand News, Editor in Chief.

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Lt. Col. Robert K. Brown, USAR, (Ret.)

Lt. Col. Robert K. Brown
Lt. Col. Robert K. Brown

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News is Endorsing Robert K Brown for the 2018 NRA Board of Directors.

“In a year of many calls to “Drain the Range” on the NRA BOD, longtime board member Lt. Col. Robert K. Brown is an example of the caliber of man we want to see represent the membership.  Known as a “fiscal hawk” on the NRA BOD, “Uncle Bob” has no fear of holding the board to account for its spending and actions and he deserves your vote to remain on the board” ~ Fredy Riehl, Editor in Chief, AmmoLand News.

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Adam Kraut

Adam Kraut for NRA Board
Adam Kraut for NRA Board

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News is endorsing Adam Kraut for 2018 NRA Board of Directors.

“What I found was that Adam Kraut is a serious firearms enthusiast.”

“He's sharp, well-informed, diligent, and curious. He's also interested in other people's perspectives and open to new ideas and different approaches. After talking with Adam, and with trusted grassroots activists in Pennsylvania who knew him, I offered him my endorsement.” ~ Jeff Knox

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Timothy Knight

Timothy Knight
Timothy Knight

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News is endorsing Timothy Knight for 2018 NRA Board of Directors.

“Timothy Knight of Colorado is one of those few that have taken the time to travel the country collecting signatures in order to become a candidate for the NRA board. This time and effort put in by Timothy is his trademark when it comes to standing up for citizens’ right to keep and bear arms.

His strengths and his ideas are what an organization like the NRA needs, in order to not only remain prominent, but to become more effective as a civil rights organization.”

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Julie Golob

Julie Golob
Julie Golob

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News is endorsing Julie Golob for 2018 NRA Board of Directors.

“Julie Golob is running for NRA Board of Directors in 2018. Julie has been a great friend and supporter of AmmoLand Shooting Sports News for many years. As a professional shooter, mother and shooting sports fan, Julie has first-hand real-world experience working, traveling and managing a family while responsibly living with the challenges faced by everyday American gun owners. With her unique perspective she would make a great addition to the NRA BOD, and AmmoLand is endorsing Julie for the 2018 Board of Directors. Please vote for her when you get your ballot.” ~ Fredy Riehl Editor in Chief

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“Like the fight for the Second Amendment, we will get NRA back on track one little step at a time. Please do your part by taking action today.” ~ Jeff Knox

 

  • 9 thoughts on “Ballots Are Due for 2018 NRA Board Member Elections

    1. If the N.R.A. , really , really wants to — ” Turn Things Around “……. I suggest they BE SEEN and BE HEARD in States like Pennsylvania where Republicans as well as Democrats are Fast Tracking over 20 Anti – Gun Bills.

      As of now ……. NRA has been silent , missing , leading many to ask ….. did they abandon us like New Jersey ?
      https://blog.princelaw.com/2018/04/12/pennsylvania-firearm-rights-in-the-crosshairs-the-rights-that-stand-to-be-infringed/

    2. I hope we do better than we did in govern(mental) elections. I’d like to see more pro 2A legislation introduced. What happened to going on the offensive? 2A is a right!

        1. @Lew Tripp, You seem to be unusually confident in your prediction. Are you privy to some inside information or do you know that the fix is in? That is what members are upset about. If the fix is in then how do we get the top NRA employees to protect our Second Amendment Civil Rights? Or should I just go to another Second Amendment organization?

          1. @wild Bill
            There is no fix, but I wonder about a conspiracy of some members to attempt a coup such as Neal Knox and company attempted. Before that was the orange hats who took over the meetings in Cincinnati and were going to move NRA HQ to Colorado. That didn’t work either. You folks seem to want to force your ideology on the rest of the members who are not so inclined. You won’t get federal laws repealed, especially now a days. I am 100% against any new gun regulations and I feel that Wayne, Chris, staff and NRA Board of Directors are doing all they can to protect our 2A rights. Trying blunt force is a no win situation, Bill.So, go anywhere you want and do what ever you want.

            1. @Lew, I have more options than those and I believe that I will exercise those other options(e.g. bullet voting for non-board nominated candidates). But I have stopped sending money to the NRA, as I believe that the money will be best used by Second Amendment Civil Rights organizations.

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