Lt Col. Robert K. Brown of Soldier of Fortune, 2019 Endorsements for NRA-BoD Election

NRA 2019 Board of Directors Ballot
NRA 2019 Board of Directors Ballot, Note, your ballot may look different as name orders come randomized.

USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- As I type this your National Rifle Association ballots for 2019 NRA Board of Director elections are arriving in your mail. If you are a life member or eligible voting member of the NRA, you will receive a ballot attached to your magazine.  This vote is your opportunity to pick the kind of Directors you want help lead our organization. If you don't vote or are not in a position to vote, you can not complain.  Vote Now.

Be advised what follows is a list of the individuals I am endorsing for the NRA BoD. They all deserve your vote!

Anthony Colandro

Anthony Colandro
Anthony Colandro

Tom King

Tom King
Tom King

Adam Kraut

Adam Kraut
Adam Kraut

Willes Lee

Willes Lee
Willes Lee

Jim Porter

Jim Porter
Jim Porter

Dwight Van Horn.

Dwight Van Horn
Dwight Van Horn

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Yours for freedom,

Lt. Col. Robert K. Brown, USAR (Ret.)
Editor, Publisher, Soldier of Fortune Magazine
Current NRA BOD

  • 13 thoughts on “Lt Col. Robert K. Brown of Soldier of Fortune, 2019 Endorsements for NRA-BoD Election

    1. Karl Malone has been elected at least six times, but has never shown up at a board meeting. What has he ever done for the Second Amendment? Decades ago I saw a picture of him with the “”I’m the NRA” slogan. That’s it. A board member should be a working member. Vote for talent and willingness to work for the right to keep and bear arms. Don’t vote because you recognize the name.

    2. I looked for Adam Kraut’s name first. Since the Col. endorses Kraut I’ll go along with his other endorsements.

    3. Thanks to the bump stock deal,i let nra drop.damm if im giving my $$$ to protect my right to bear arms and they give away 1 of the rights we were given.
      I dont own a bump stock never needed 1 but when you take 1 freedom whats next?

      1. Every time I come back to the NRA, they end up compromising on some issue and I walk away again. Always compromise and then they tell me how good it is for us, send more money.
        You want to impress me? Be a board member that doesn’t take a pay check.
        The NRA doesn’t seem to understand that the Left wants to take ALL weapons away and can not be appeased. It will happen some day, unfortunately, but we need to keep pushing that inevitability back again and again.

    4. I’d like to see a list of the current board members who openly and loudly complained when the NRA leadership colluded with the ATF, DOJ and the POTUS for what ultimately became the Bumpstock Ban… and who also complained to the NRA leadership when they further colluded with the POTUS, DOJ and members of Congress to push for Red Flag Laws.

      I will vote for and support any and all persons running for NRA Board of Director positions who opposed the disastrous actions of the NRA leadership at that time. Further, I would ask all current NRA board members who did NOT oppose Constitution-violating laws to resign from the NRA immediately. You specific members are a detriment to the virtues & values the NRA used to stand for.

    5. Okay, David Codrea endorses Anthony Colandro, and that matters. I kind of like Adam Kraut. But *why* should we vote for the others? Just a list of names with no descriptions of their positions or accomplishments? Fill in some blanks.

      1. RK Brown is of the old school – has served our country and a person who cares very much as to how OUR NRA is being run and who the NRA spends money with
        I know RKB personally and would trust his “insiders opinion” with 100% certainty

        just my opinion but he is a person who cares about our NRA

      2. @Jeff’ian, I concur. I am bullet voting. My first criteria is that the candidate have not been nominated by the NRA Board’s Nominating Committee. I will not vote for a candidate nominated by the nominating committee, unless that candidate can prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that they will not be a NRA BOD rubber stamp. Currently, I am planning on voting for only two persons.

    6. If Brown of SOF endorses these people, I can personally guarantee you they are definitely super pro Second Amendment and deserve to be on the NRA Board. What is sad of the 31/2 million eligible to vote NRA members (life member and above or 5 years as a continuing annual member) only 160 thousand actually cast a ballot. Now would be your opportunity to get real good board members. Also, quite a bit of the anti NRA crap you see on this site and elsewhere is put out by paid Bloomberg lackeys/trolls–it is an absolute fact!

    7. Vote only for those you like. Real SA supporters. You do not have to vote for all 27 positions. Do not cast a ballot for a maybe guy just to fill the quota. You might hurt a good candidate.

      1. @Hop…They have some sort of counting system where by the fewer names on your ballot the more power it has .
        Thus the mention of “bullet ballot voting . My ballot has only three names on it .

        1. @OV, Currently, I only have the two candidates, nominated by petition of the members, on my ballot. Was there another person not nominated by the NRA nominating committee that I missed or is that third vote a write in for Sammy?

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