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I just received a ballot for the NRA Directors election. I've read articles suggesting that Wayne LaPierre may have outstayed his welcome, accusing him of the sort of stunts you hear of from Philadelphia city councilmen (bloated expense budgets, sweetheart deals with contractors, etc). Can anyone point out any links to articles or additional background on this? Are there any "reform" candidates up?

I'm not ready to give up on the NRA just yet, but like any organization, it may have gotten a bit fat and top-heavy over the years and lost its way to some extent. Maybe a housecleaning is in order.

Very interested in others perspectives on this.

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BULLET VOTE ANTHONY P. COLANDRO FOR NRA!
HEART OF GOLD W/ A JERSEY ATTITUDE NEEDED!
by Black Wire Media Monday Feb. 3, 2020 www.cnjfo.com/join-us

Anthony Colandro deserves a full 3 year term at the NRA Board of Directors! His independent, take-no-BS style has enabled him to build Gun For Hire, a successful and expanding range business just 15 miles from the heart of the anti-gun bastion known as New York City! His soul is good, his intentions are benevolent, his philanthropic deeds are beyond measure. Colandro runs a top-notch operation, has world-wide appeal with gun owners of every walk of life, and has continuously supported CNJFO from our humble beginnings.

Anthony's DECADES of Second Amendment activism experience, fighting for all of us, with a target on his back, is the thing legends are made of! Leading rallies, testifying for gun owners at hearings held at our state capitol, hosting Tony Simon's Diversity Shoot and the Second Amendment Women Shooting Club--SAW at his range. He never stops fighting!

His in-your-face weekly radio broadcast reaches millions of gun owners nationwide. It is for these and so many more reasons that the Board of Trustees, Executive Committee and rank & file members of New Jersey's most active & agile Second Amendment organization, the Coalition of New Jersey Firearm Owners, Inc., proudly endorses Anthony P. Colandro, our 76th NRA Board of Director, for reelection!

Ballots should've arrived by LAST WEEK in your NRA magazine of choice, and those that receive your magazine electronically please sort your mail for a NRA Ballot in your mailbox. 5 Year or Life membership is required to receive a ballot. Colandro is an asset beyond belief, and will continue to help steer the National Rifle Association far into the future! Please cast your BULLET VOTE for Anthony P. Colandro of Woodland Park, NJ!

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