Posted January 23, 2019 9:00 pm by Comments

By David Codrea

Now that Anthony Colandro’s petiton drive has successfully placed his name on the 2019 Director Nominations ballot, it’s up to NRA voting members who say they want reforms to show us how much.

U.S.A. – -( Mail-in ballots have been sent out to voting members of the National Rifle Association (Annual Members for five consecutive years or Life Members). Per NRA:

The 2019 election will fill the 25 three-year terms that expire in 2022 and two one-year terms that opened up due to resignations and that expire in 2020. Voting members will be asked to vote for a total of 27 candidates. The 25 candidates receiving the highest number of votes will be elected to three-year terms and the two receiving the next highest number of votes will each be elected to one-year terms.

As a voting member, and as someone dissatisfied with several things about NRA actions and leadership, and especially with those Nominating Committee picks who have proven over the years to be rubber stamps, I limit my support to those few candidates who have satisfied me that they practice what they preach. A questionnaire, a tool I have …Read the Rest

Source:: AmmoLand

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