2020 NRA Annual Member Meeting Registration Now Open – Very Limited Space

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2020 NRA Annual Member Meeting Registration Now Open – Very Limited Space

USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- The NRA has opened up “Preregistration” for the October 24th, 2020, Members’ Meeting in Tucson, starting at NOON on September 15th, Arizona time!

We’re just over a month away from the NRA Annual Meeting, which has been twice moved and rescheduled, and which is now scheduled to take place in Tucson, Arizona on Saturday, October 24, 2020.

The venue for the meeting is a luxury resort hotel on the far north side of the city, with a large ballroom, but limited capacity under COVID restrictions. NRA watchers have been wondering how the Association plans to handle the situation, and on Monday, September 15, 2020, we found out.

We were informed that on Tuesday, September 16, people wishing to attend the Members’ Meeting in Tucson would need to preregister online, by going to www.nraam.org/membersmeeting.

Arizona’s current COVID restrictions are somewhat confusing. Public gatherings are limited to no more than 50 people, but a members-only event should not be considered a “public” gathering, which should mean that the maximum capacity should be approximately half the normal capacity for the venue. That should be approximately 500 people for the hotel ballroom that has been selected, but there are rumors that the limit will be much lower than that. Who knows? It’s also quite possible that the Governor of Arizona will decide to loosen COVID restrictions at some point between now and October 24. Again, who knows?

What matters right now is that everyone who is at all interested in attending the NRA Members’ Meeting in Tucson on October 24, get registered TODAY.

I’ll share any additional information as it becomes available.


Jeff Knox
Jeff Knox

About Jeff Knox:

Jeff Knox is a second-generation political activist and director of The Firearms Coalition. His father Neal Knox led many of the early gun rights battles for your right to keep and bear arms. Read Neal Knox – The Gun Rights War.

The Firearms Coalition is a loose-knit coalition of individual Second Amendment activists, clubs and civil rights organizations. Founded by Neal Knox in 1984, the organization provides support to grassroots activists in the form of education, analysis of current issues, and with a historical perspective of the gun rights movement. The Firearms Coalition has offices in Buckeye, Arizona and Manassas, VA. Visit: www.FirearmsCoalition.org.

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ahhiyawa
ahhiyawa
7 months ago

The bosses are weaponizing Covid to massively limit voting members attending the annual meeting, and will likely cull the registration list for their supporters thereby guaranteeing they dominate the meeting. Lapierre and his cohorts won control of the NRA by the membership stupidly passing bylaws that gave them unchecked power over 20 years ago. Lapierre knows the only way he can be defeated is by the members swarming an annual meeting, but that also takes membership knowledge of the Articles of Incorporation (charter), Bylaws (constitution) and Roberts Rules of Order (parliamentarian law and members rights). Lawsuits and choking the NRA… Read more »

Ltbdb
Ltbdb
7 months ago

The future of the NRA may hinge on this meeting. It is time for LaPierre and his cronies to resign or be removed. I have stopped donating to the NRA and am supporting other gun rights organizations as have other members I know. LaPierre abused his position in the NRA and funded a lavish lifestyle at our expense. Not another dime from me until he is gone.

Wolf Moon
Wolf Moon
7 months ago
Reply to  Ltbdb

Ltbdb, I second that!

JPM
JPM
7 months ago

Don’t count on that idiot, Gov. Ducey, to do anything other than what is in what he sees as his own personal best interest, just like with his Covid “edicts”. If Soros or any other anti-gun group pays him the most, he’ll enforce restrictions and/or shut down the meeting. However, if LaPierre lets loose some of his ill gotten gains he’s siphoned off from the members and pays Ducey the most, the meeting will take place.

45crittergitter
45crittergitter
7 months ago

It’s not about what you’d rather do, but what you should do.

jack mac
jack mac
7 months ago

“What you should do.” What can we do (legally) to replace the Directors and Executives from the NRA at a meeting.

ahhiyawa
ahhiyawa
7 months ago
Reply to  jack mac

Nonsense

ahhiyawa
ahhiyawa
7 months ago

I say yes big time to what members should and can do. Lapierre knows exactly how the membership can take back the NRA and throw his sorry ass into the ditch. So far he’s been laughing his ass off watching the membership waste their time speechifying and whining, instead of studying and learning the 3 founding authorities of the NRA.

Ansel Hazen
Ansel Hazen
7 months ago

I would go but I bet I’d get thrown out.

Ansel Hazen
Ansel Hazen
7 months ago
Reply to  Ansel Hazen

Something similar with me too but maybe a bit more mischief thrown in.