NRAAM 2020 – Get Ready

NRAAM 2020 – Get Ready

We need you to take back your NRA. Together we can do it. Together. That means with you. We’ll see you there on Saturday, April 18th 2020

By Ron Carter
11/14/2019

In 156 days NRA members will be in Nashville, Tennessee at the Music City Center for the NRA Annual Meeting. 

The Members’ Meeting last year sparked many of the calls for reform that we see today. During that meeting a resolution to remove Wayne LaPierre and more from the NRA was nearly passed. 

Of course, there was much resistance from the Old Guard. If concerned members had shown up, our NRA would be in a very different place than it is today. 

That is why, 156 days out, we are encouraging you to make plans to attend now!!! Be there!

Many have been discouraged about the inability for members to be unable to reform the NRA. Some have given up. This is our opportunity to rally.

 This is the event that, should we succeed, will make our NRA strong, relevant, effective and accountable! We need you to show up in order to succeed. 

We need you to take off work, to travel hundreds of miles. We need you to take back your NRA. Together we can do it. Together. That means with you. We’ll see you there on Saturday, April 18th.

 

Why the Concern?

Why the Concern?

John Cushman was personally endorsed by the leadership of the NRA during many campaigns over the past several years. He was specifically chosen to run against outside Adam Kraut in the 2017 and 2018 Elections for the 76th Seat on the Board. 

By Ron Carter
June 17, 2019

Why are we concerned? Why don’t we trust the Board of Directors to solve the problems facing the National Rifle Association?

Listen to this long time board member’s thoughts on control, secrecy and whether or not we members should be involved. John Cushman was personally endorsed by the leadership of the NRA during many campaigns over the past several years. He was specifically chosen to run against outside Adam Kraut in the 2017 and 2018 Elections for the 76th Seat on the Board. His comments were echoed by many other members of the NRA “Old Guard” during the Members Meeting, including at least two past Presidents (Hammer and Porter).

If that wasn’t bad enough, here are Past President Marion Hammer’s thoughts: 

We believe that the NRA has gone too long without respect for the Members. We do not have faith in the current leadership to fix the problem. What do you think?

-Rob Pincus