2020 NRA Board Election Results

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posted on July 10, 2020
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The National Rifle Association is pleased to announce preliminary results of the 2020 mail ballot elections for the NRA Board of Directors. The following members have been elected Directors of the NRA for three-year terms ending in 2023, in order of votes received:

Jay Printz
J. William Carter
Charles L. Cotton
Linda Walker
Judi White
Leroy Sisco
Howard J. Walter
Graham Hill
Mark E. Vaughan
Thomas P. Arvas
Ted W. Carter
Barbara Rumpel
Phillip B. Journey
Steven C. Schreiner
Todd J. Rathner
Richard Figueroa
J. Kenneth Blackwell
Carl Rowan, Jr.
Curtis S. Jenkins
Herbert A. Lanford, Jr.
Allan D. Cors
Clel Baudler
Robert E. Mansell
Patricia A. Clark
Mark Keith Robinson

The following members were elected to fill two-year terms ending in 2022:

Paul D. Babaz
Todd R. Ellis
Dave Butz
Ronald L. Schmeits

The following members were elected to fill one-year terms ending in 2021:

Niger Innis
Anthony P. Colandro

The remaining candidates on the ballot, who were not elected, are as follows:

R. B. Rocky Marshall, Jr.
Robert J. Wos
John L. Cushman
James L. Wallace
Craig Swartz
Kevin P. Hogan
Frank C. Tait

The official results, including final vote totals, will be released at the rescheduled Annual Meeting of Members in Springfield, Mo. on September 5, 2020. Also in Springfield, members in attendance for the weekend’s events will have the opportunity to elect one additional Board member, for a one-year-term, from among the candidates who were not elected on the mail ballot.

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