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. With callers chiming in, the topics ranged from current efforts to ban magazines, which players already on the field for 2012 have records supporting the Second Amendment, and what role women play in the nation’s oldest civil rights organization.
Campaigns rely upon enthusiastic supporters to win. Read more to see what kind of results that enthusiasm can have on the final verdict come Election Day.
With all districts reporting, Bob Mensch won in a landslide 36 point win!
Following the anti-gun and statements by Judge Sonia Sotomayor during her Senate testimony, NRA-ILA has decided to oppose her nomination to the US Supreme Court.
When it seems only local candidates are on the ballot, it’s easy to ignore an election. But next Tuesday’s election has huge potential outcomes for gun owners who may not even realize it.
In Pennsylvania, we’ve got the following reports from various politicians calling for more restrictions on law-abiding gun owners, both federal and local.
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.