It might seem like November is still far away. But Primary Election Day is much closer – May 18. Candidate forums are popping up in various districts, allowing you to be an informed voter & to let candidates know you want gun rights protected!
There’s a quick & easy way for social media users to thank the Pennsylvania delegates who signed on to support the McDonald case before the Supreme Court!
It’s Election Day and the polls are open! Remember to support freedom and vote for the NRA-PVF endorsed slate of candidates today.
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.
With all districts reporting, Bob Mensch won in a landslide 36 point win!
Gun owners in northern Montgomery and Bucks counties (as well as those in southern Lehigh and eastern Northampton) need to turn out for NRA-endorsed Bob Mensch in tomorrow’s special election.
If you are an active user of social media, then you’ve probably discovered the gun community on Twitter. Check out some of these local politicians on the microblogging service.
With all of the attention paid to Second Amendment politics, it is sometimes easy to forget what they are doing to support the shooting sports here in Pennsylvania.
Bucks County has opted not to move Quakertown polls in the schools, so voters will report to their normal polling location. However, one Springfield polling site has been temporarily moved.
The biggest issue for most Pennsylvanians looking to call for their mayors to leave the coalition will be convincing them that Mayor Bloomberg is a political liability. Here are tips you can follow.
Voters will cast their ballots in local elections come November, and that has us thinking about gun rights at the local level. Take a look at the influence of New York City’s Mayor Michael Bloomberg in the Keystone State.
Eric Shelton of The Handgun Podcast believes that if just 6% of gun owners regularly contacted government officials, we could make great strides in the protection of our rights.
There are now more ways than ever to keep up with the latest news about your rights and the efforts to protect them. Find out all the resources to keep up with the coverage.