Can a 147-year old, $300 million plus, per year organization, with an elected board of 76 deeply entrenched directors, suddenly shift course and completely revamp the way they do business?
The Florida Sport Shooting Association is proud to announce its endorsement for Ms. Marion Hammer’s reelection to the NRA Board of Director, and for the election on Dr. John Thodos to NRA Board.
AmmoLand News has brought our readers continuing coverage of the NRA leadership and Board candidates running for 2019. Please take the time to read over the articles and candidate bios.
Sandra S. Froman is running for re-election to the 2019 National Rifle Association board of directors. Sandra is a past president of the NRA and a Benefactor Member and a self-proclaimed CCW activist.
Time to vote for NRA Directors, and once again, Adam Kraut is receiving my endorsement. This year, I am also endorsing Anthony Colandro, and offering a hat tip to three of the other candidates.
A vote for Mark Geist is a vote to have one of the greatest defenders of freedom in its rawest form stand and fight for our Second Amendment rights.
Anthony Colandro has the endorsement of AmmoLand News for election to the 2019 NRA Board of directors. Anthony is the type of no-nonsense Jersey-bull-dog we need fighting for our rights on the NRA-BOD
Herb is a workhorse on the NRA-BoD and his experience, and institutional knowledge of the organization is an asset for the membership and worth considering for your vote for the next NRA board…
Safari Club International President Paul Babaz is once again running for the NRA Board. He was appointed to the NRA Board last year and is running again this year. He needs your votes.
Trust in the fact that my focus is on one thing & that is protecting this Country, its people and the Constitution of these United States of America and to do so we must retain a strong 2nd Amendment.
Tom King. A lot of people think that the NRA has gone soft with the support of red flag laws and the bump stock ban. Do you think that is a fair criticism?
I think one thing that people don’t realize is the NRA board is made up of a lot of dedicated people with different skill sets, many unrelated to current gun politics but crucial for running…
We all want the NRA to reflect our values, champion the Second Amendment, and be the 800-pound gorilla that no one wants to take on. In order for that to happen, it requires the Members to participate
Jeff Knox and I had a chance to spend some time together at the 2019 Shot Show. It was a frank and honest conversation about our views of the NRA, the battle for our RKBA and its future.
Be advised what follows is a list of the individuals I am endorsing for the 2019 NRA Board of Directors. They all deserve your vote! ~ Lt. Col. Robert K. Brown, USAR (Ret.)
Carol Frampton is a great example of the different type of skill sets and leadership required to run our National Rifle Association. Please consider her for your vote.
We are in the battle for the very life of the united states of America. If we fail now, we not only lose the 2nd amendment, we lose the entire bill of rights, the constitution and the very country its
Perhaps today more than ever, we need to show our support for her hard work. Please vote for Marion Hammer for the NRA Board of Directors.
If you feel that your organization is no longer representing your interests, exercise your voice & your vote in the annual elections to elect a Board of Directors who WILL represent those issues.
Mark Vaughan, nominated by the NRA for the 2019 Board of Directors Election, announces the launch of his election campaign.
I’ve never said that the NRA hasn’t done good, and have argued consistently that it is critical that we have a strong and effective NRA with as many members as we can get.
John Crump had the chance to speak with Lt. Col Lee about why he wants to serve on the board, and how he will use the opportunity to help defend the Second Amendment.
AmmoLand News had a chance to catch up with our friend Allen West to talk about his run for reelection to the NRA board of directors in 2019 and about the organization itself.
Wayne LaPierre is one of the most humble guys I know. He always tells people that it’s the members who are the bedrock of the NRA. Wayne doesn’t just say that. He believes that. More so than anyone el
I read with amused interest the recent speculation on who should lead the National Rifle Association of America if longtime stalwart Wayne LaPierre were to leave (he’s not).