2019 NRA Director Nominations Announced

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posted on October 30, 2018
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The nominees for election to the NRA Board in 2019 have been selected by the Nominating Committee and/or by petition of the membership.

The Board consists of 76 Directors. The terms of office of one-third of the 75 Directors expire at each Annual Meeting of Members. One Director is elected for a one-year term at each Annual Meeting of Members. That Director is selected from only those candidates who were not elected by the mail ballot.

The 2019 election will fill the 25 three-year terms that expire in 2022 and two one-year terms that opened up due to resignations and that expire in 2020. Voting members will be asked to vote for a total of 27 candidates.  The 25 candidates receiving the highest number of votes will be elected to three-year terms and the two receiving the next highest number of votes will each be elected to one-year terms.

Below is the list of nominees for the 2019 NRA Director ballot that will accompany the February 2019 magazines or will be mailed first class to those members eligible to vote.

1. Joe M. Allbaugh
    Nardin, Oklahoma

2. Paul D. Babaz
    Atlanta, Georgia

3. Bob Barr
    Smyrna, Georgia

4. Matt Blunt
    Middleburg, Virginia

5. Pete R. Brownell
    Grinnell, Iowa

6. Dave Butz
    Swansea, Illinois

7. Richard R. Childress
    Lexington, North Carolina

8. Anthony P. Colandro
    Woodland Park, New Jersey

9. Larry E. Craig
    Boise, Idaho

10. Richard S. Figueroa
      Brenham, Texas

11. Carol Bambery Frampton
      Prosperity, South Carolina

12. Sandra S. Froman
      Tucson, Arizona

13. Mark Geist
       Colorado Springs, Colorado

14. Marion P. Hammer
       Tallahassee, Florida

15. Kevin Hogan
       Taylor Ridge, Illinois

16. Susan Howard
       Boerne, Texas

17. Tom King
       East Greenbush, New York

18. Adam Kraut
       West Chester, Pennsylvania

19. Herbert A. Lanford, Jr.
       Columbia, South Carolina

20. Willes K. Lee
       Arlington, Virginia

21. Karl A. Malone
       Farmerville, Louisiana

22. Craig Morgan
       Nashville, Tennessee

23. Oliver L. North
       Bluemont, Virginia

24. Johnny Nugent
       Lawrenceburg, Indiana

25. Ted Nugent
       China Spring, Texas

26. James W. Porter II
       Birmingham, Alabama

27. Mark Robinson
       Greensboro, North Carolina

28. Esther Q. Schneider
       Driftwood, Texas

29. Bart Skelton
       Deming, New Mexico

30. John Thodos
       Naples, Florida

31. Dwight D. Van Horn
       Hayden, Idaho

32. Mark Vaughan
       Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

33. Blaine E. Wade
       Bristol, Tennessee

34. Allen B. West
       Dallas, Texas

35. Donald E. Young
       Fort Yukon, Alaska

 

 

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