Rob Pincus, firearms trainer and host of a number of shooting shows, has announced his candidacy as a write-in candidate for the NRA Board of Directors.
I have decided to throw my hat in the ring and run for the 76th Seat on the NRA Board of Directors! In order to qualify for this seat, which is voted on at the NRA Annual Meeting in Indianapolis this April, I need as many write in votes as possible as part of the General Election.
I strongly believe that a position on the NRA BoD will allow me to do more work to promote our rights and responsibilities related to firearms ownership!
You have until April 6th to get your ballot in. Historically, less than 10% of eligible voters participate… Let’s up the numbers and get those ballots in! Please spread the word!! #pincus4NRA
I am truly honored by the early support and encouragement that this announcement has brought in! I know that some of you have already sent your ballots in, but perhaps you know people who haven’t. Thanks Much!
I support Rob, and I plan to write him in, and I urge you to as well.
Rob is a staunch supporter of the right to keep and bear arms, and has made it his life’s work to see that we do so responsibly. He will bring that focus to the Board.
The last person I wrote in for the Board of Directors was Tom Selleck, who unfortunately didn’t receive enough votes to be elected. However, he did receive enough attention that the next year he was on the ballot, and was elected.