Ensuring You Can Vote

Oct 02, 12 Ensuring You Can Vote

Posted by in Voter Turnout

Today, the courts temporarily halted the voter identification law we posted about earlier this year. Their concern was about the implementation of the law by the administration as opposed to the constitutionality of the process of showing photo identification.

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Political Sign Wars Have Begun

Oct 01, 12 Political Sign Wars Have Begun

Posted by in Voter Turnout

With election season now in full swing, it is once again time for what I call the “Sign Wars.” This is one of those thing in politics that seems silly, because who ever has been convinced by a sign? As hard as it is for people who are even slightly civilly engaged to understand, it offers a lot of credit to the kinds of voters who will be deciding a close election such as this one.

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Our Rights – Too Close to Call

It may seem like anyone who is paying attention at all right now should have their minds made up about how they are planning to vote in the state and national elections a little over a month away. However, many of the races on November’s ballot have been largely ignored by voters, and that’s where we need gun owners to...

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New 2012 Voter Identification Law

Mar 15, 12 New 2012 Voter Identification Law

Posted by in State, Voter Turnout

Pennsylvania gun owners should know that voting in 2012 won't be like voting in previous elections. It's not just the candidates on the ballot, but the actual process of casting a ballot. Learn more about it here.

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NRA President Discusses 2012 Plans

David Keene, the recently elected President of the National Rifle Association, sat down with Washington Journal to discuss the NRA's role in elections past and present. Watch the video here.

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Voters Listen to the NRA

Nov 23, 10 Voters Listen to the NRA

Posted by in 2A Support, Voter Turnout

A recent poll sought to measure the influence of various organizations and other opinion leaders upon voters in the recent midterm elections. Not surprisingly, NRA’s ratings were among the top cited opinions that voters around the country looked to before casting their votes in early November. Nearly half of all voters (44...

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Bucks County Legislative Grade Updates

Due to the delayed votes over Castle Doctrine in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives & Senate, the NRA magazines that landed in today’s mailboxes are incorrect. One very important race deserves attention from voters, and we’ve got updates on other races around the Bucks County area vital for gun owners. Rob...

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Reminders that Elections Have Consequences

Jul 01, 10 Reminders that Elections Have Consequences

Posted by in Voter Turnout

Between the 5-4 decision in the McDonald case and the confirmation hearings on the nomination of Solicitor General Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court this week, this commentary from Sarah Palin at last month’s NRA Annual Meeting is a reminder that gun owners cannot afford to sit out of any elections. But showing up a your...

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Deciding the Number Two Spot on the Ticket

May 25, 10 Deciding the Number Two Spot on the Ticket

Posted by in Lt. Governor, Voter Turnout

The Democratic primary for Lt. Governor is one that gun owners should keep an eye on for the next few weeks. It’s still a nail biter, but poll results still show that State Rep. Scott Conklin has come out of no where as a late entry to the race to possibly topple the state party endorsed candidate out of Philadelphia, Jonathan...

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We All Have to Work to Win Big

May 05, 10 We All Have to Work to Win Big

Posted by in Voter Turnout

As gun owners, we cannot sit out of the elections in 2010 just because it seems like the tide may turn in the favor of pro-gun candidates in the fall. President Obama’s political wing, Organizing for America (formerly Obama for America, called OFA), plans to target all of the new voters they registered in 2008 to swing close...

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