2020 National Rifle Association Board of Directors Election Round-Up

2020 National Rifle Association Board of Directors Election Round-Up
2020 National Rifle Association Board of Directors Election Round-Up

USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- By now voting-eligible NRA members should have received their election ballots for the 2020 National Rifle Association Board of Directors election in your monthly magazines. NRA members must complete and return their ballots by on or before March 29th, 2020. Any votes returned after that date will not be opened or counted.

AmmoLand News has brought our readers’ limited coverage of the NRA leadership and Board candidates running for 2020. Please take the time to read over the articles included at the following link, so you can cast your vote for that best woman or man to represent you on the NRA-BoD.

This year’s ballot has 38 candidates, including four (4) women, and zero (0) candidates nominated by petition only. The Nomination Committee received recommendations for 65 individuals. The committee reviewed all eligible candidates – incumbents seeking reelection, and candidates who either submitted themselves for consideration or were recommended by other NRA members.

Candidates hail from twenty-two (22) states. With our fall-back-state of Texas tying Florida with each sending four (4) candidates, followed by Arizona with three (3). Notably missing are candidates from eastern states (New Jersey is as far East as candidates draw from) and the West coast, locations where membership needs the most representation in the fight for our rights.

Bullet Voting

A word about bullet voting: if you want to maximize the vote for your favorite NRA-BoD candidate, please consider limiting your check marks on your ballot to the fewest number of selections as that makes your vote much more effective than if you checked all the boxes up to your maximum vote limit of 27. Read more on the advantages and disadvantages of NRA Bullet Voting here.

Finally, if you have not received a ballot in your February NRA magazine, that is a reliable indicator that you are not an eligible voter and need to take steps to change that by upgrading your NRA membership type so you can have a say in who leads your National Rifle Association. Join or change your membership here.

~ AmmoLand News, Editor in Chief, Fredy Riehl

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Henry
Henry
3 months ago

Life member here. Not another dime till WLP is gone.
Too many directors…..and no direction except downhill.

Phillip Journey
1 year ago

Actually there a 2 nominated by Petition for the NRA Board

Jim
Jim
1 year ago

The present board has been ineffective at running the org. It is time for Wayne and his gang to move on.

MB
MB
1 year ago

Just like Congress, replace everyone…

jack mac
jack mac
1 year ago

I am one of those who want the executive officers and the Board completely removed and replaced with a smaller board to selected new executives. Unless there is a voting option for this purpose, my ballot is going into the recycle bin.

JPM
JPM
1 year ago

The list of shame. The next batch of LaPierre ass kissers.

Rob Pincus
1 year ago

savethe2a.org Board Members will be doing a Podcast on Monday Evening (1/26) to discusss our thoughts on every option.

As of right now, I’m planning on voting for:

Tait
Hill
Wallace
Colandro
Mansell
Rathner
Schreiner

Those pics are based on a totally of circumstances including their actions, associations and words over the past 6 months.

Terry
Terry
1 year ago
Reply to  Rob Pincus

Rob;
You have devoted tons of time and resources to try and save the organization as opposed to a lot of these guys on blogs that just want it destroyed. If that’s the way you’re voting it’s good enough for me.
T.L. Davis,
Benefactor Life Member

Littlejohn1411
Littlejohn1411
1 year ago
Reply to  Rob Pincus

Rob, Monday is the 27’th I’m going to guess the podcast will happen today Monday the 27’th not yesterday.

Ej harbet
Ej harbet
1 year ago
Reply to  Rob Pincus

Got em sir!

tetejaun
tetejaun
1 year ago

Well, you have a lie…John Cushman was nominated by member petition. There are several on the list that does not say how they were nominated, like Niger Innis, a solid conservative. I do miss Neal Knox’s selections. Look, if you want to lie, lie about the communist democrats instead of doing the communist democrat’s business by attacking the NRA who, as was WRONGLY REPORTED AT AMMOLAND, in Virginia supporting gun rights with their NRA-ILA. If you snivellers will not join the NRA so you can rid us of WLP by petition at a meeting, then you are just doing as… Read more »

tetejaun
tetejaun
1 year ago
Reply to  tetejaun

Frank Tait was nominated by member petition, too.

Littlejohn1411
Littlejohn1411
1 year ago
Reply to  tetejaun

@tete, will you be watching the podcast? I’m not in any way protecting the NRA, it just seems like you know more about them than a lot of people and wouldn’t mind hearing your opinion on what will be said about the board members and along with any good or bad notes. I’m going to watch it because to be honest I haven’t paid attention to any of it, I just stopped sending them money as soon as I heard the word corrupt. I don’t have any faith that the changes people want to happen will and it’s really too… Read more »

Dzapper
1 year ago
Reply to  tetejaun

Actually they are correct “This year’s ballot has 38 candidates, including four (4) women, and zero (0) candidates nominated by petition only” The text clearly says “petition only” which means that a candidate was only nominated by petition and not endorsed by the nominating committee. In both of the examples you cite the nominating committee nominated them as well as them qualifying by petition.