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NC RKBA Supporters Needed for NRA FrontLines

Discussion in 'Activism' started by RangerTom, Jul 7, 2010.

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  1. RangerTom

    RangerTom Member

    Jun 15, 2010
    Dear All,
    I'm new here and appreciate all that has been done by those who have come before me in perpetuating our Right to Keep and Bear Arms. I volunteered to help the NRA and candidates for public office who fully support the 2nd Amendment.

    I'm the Election Volunteer Coordinator (EVC) for the NC 2nd Congressional District and act as the liaison between pro-gun candidates and NRA members and gun owners in their districts. I'm working to spearhead ILA's volunteer activities to ensure that pro-freedom candidates have sufficient volunteers for campaign-related activities.

    Between now and Labor Day (when the campaign season traditionally starts) the focus of my efforts will be to sign up people like you who support the 2nd Amendment and want to volunteer their time and talents on behalf of like-minded candidates at the state and federal level. Please take a look at an overview of the NRA FrontLines Program and volunteer. Your help is needed and will be greatly appreciated.

    If you live in a different Congressional district in North Carolina, you can find your EVC on this page.

    To see more about what I've been trying to do for our 2nd Amendment Rights, take a look at my blog and share your thoughts and suggestions.

    Sincerely yours,
    -Tom Goffe
  2. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

    Jan 3, 2003
    0 hrs east of TN
    Volunteering to work to help get pro-2A candidates elected is one of the best ways to support RKBA. Even if you only have one evening/afternoon a month you're freeing someone else up to focus in another part of the campaign. It doesn't matter who's organizing the effort either, they're putting more like-minded RKBA supporters together to make a more effective force.
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