With the anti-gun legislation recently signed in Colorado & New York, gun owners need to start planning for 2014’s elections right now. Here are some tips to help you out in your efforts.
Local authorities in Bucks County passed a resolution to lobby for breaking apart Pennsylvania’s gun laws that protect gun owners. Local gun owners showed up to let them know that it was a big mistake, and lawmakers listened.
If every new gun buyer who rushed out during the last month to purchase a rifle or magazine contacted Congress, our rights would not be in so much danger. Here are non-controversial ways that gun stores and commercial ranges can help mobilize these new shooters for for political action.
We gun owners know that we have a huge community with online email lists and forums, rod and gun clubs, and commercial shooting ranges with active shooting leagues. But how do we turn all of those connections into meaningful political action? Here are specific ideas.
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.
With election season now in full swing, it is once again time for what I call the â€œSign Wars.â€ 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.
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…
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.
When you want to show the potential political power of the pro-gun electorate, here is one great measure that gives some indication of the interest in gun rights in each Pennsylvania county.
Below, you’ll find a video that NRA created for Veteran’s Day in a couple of years ago. However, the respect, courage, and bravery it depicts of our men and women in uniform reminds us of those who served and made the ultimate sacrifice for our rights.
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.
If you want to learn how to make a real impact in your community & the political landscape, don’t miss this once-a-year training opportunity with NRA-ILA on April 29 at the NRA Annual Meeting.
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 percent) say they…