Bitter has her endorsements up over at her site.Â They are also my endorsements as well, so go read.Â Â I would note we have two Pennsylvania guys on the ballot, but I can’t say I know either one well enough to offer an endorsement.Â I do feel that Pennsylvania is underrepresented on NRA’s Board of Directors, but I’m looking for the right kind of board representation.Â Being from Pennsylvania will not automatically get my endorsement.
I’ve heard that Tim Powol is a good guy, I talked to him very briefly at the September board meeting, and I think Pennsylvania NRA members can feel good about casting a ballot for him.Â Let’s keep him on the board.
Leo Holt, from Newtown, PA is the other Pennsylvanian on the ballot.Â I know nothing about him.Â Given that he’s a member of my club, which recently had an attempted revolt by anti-NRA factions within it, that seems rather surprising to me.Â That’s not to say that I know everyone involved in gun rights in this area, far from that.Â Bitter is really the one who is the social networker, but she’s never heard of him either.
Dave Hardy also has a list of endorsements.Â Dave is no stranger to NRA board meetings, so I’d give some weight to his choices as well.
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Off topic –
Seen this story – family murdered in Texas
Why is ATF there?
I haven’t really looked at my ballot yet.
Thanks! I’ve opened up working on my ballot, awaiting the wheelbarrows…
I saw that Tom. The reason ATF is there is because our federal government has their hands into way too many matters where they do not constitutionally belong. It’s a problem that’s bigger than just ATF.
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