Ohio NRA Board Members Make Endorsements for Nov. 6 General Election

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Ohio NRA Board Members Make Endorsements for Nov. 6 General Election

Ohio – -(AmmoLand.com)- Ohio’s three National Rifle Association’s Board of Directors have made joint endorsements for the upcoming General Election on November 6th, 2018. Get out and vote!

Ohio’s NRA Board Members are Ken Blackwell, former Ohio Secretary of State and President Trump’s advisor, Linda Walker, Vice President of Buckeye Firearms Association and co-chair of President Trump’s Second Amendment Advisory Board, and Sean Maloney, Defense Attorney, strong grassroots leader and Legislative Director of Buckeye Firearms Association.

NRA Board of Directors represent NRA’s 6 million members, serving on the NRA’s national board.

Blackwell, Walker, and Maloney, enthusiastically give their personal endorsements to the following candidates:

  • Judge Craig Baldwin, candidate for Justice to the Ohio Supreme Court
  • Dave Yost, candidate for Ohio Attorney General
  • Keith Faber, candidate for Ohio Auditor
  • Frank LaRose, candidate for Ohio Secretary of State
  • Robert Spraque, candidate for Ohio Treasurer

“All of these candidates have proven track records of protecting and defending our Second Amendment rights, either through the legislature or with the court systems,” said Maloney.

Walker states, “I’ve known all of these candidates for many years. Many of them, I consider personal friends. I know them as Constitutionalist, who have sworn to uphold our Constitution. I have no doubt that they will represent the citizens of Ohio very well.”

Secretary Blackwell went on to say, “All of these candidates when elected, will hold some of the highest offices of our state. Many will serve on the important apportionment board in coming years. It is vitally important to elect all of them.”

Yost, Faber, LaRose and Sprague have all been endorsed by NRA Political Victory Fund and Buckeye Firearms Association PAC with an “A” rating. NRA-PVF does not make endorsements in judge races, but Buckeye Firearms Association PAC has endorsed Judge Baldwin as well.