I recently spent time with a number of influential women at the nation’s largest gathering of gun owners. This year’s National Rifle Association’s Annual Meetings boasted the second highest number of attendees in the history of the show. This is in part due to the presidential campaign and other ballot issues we face this year.
In the U.S., after several years with an anti-gun leader, women have stepped up. They want to protect themselves and their families, as well as enjoy shooting sports, and are purchasing more firearms than ever.
I stopped to ask several women about the importance of the #GunVote. These women are more than gun owners. They are entrepreneurs, editors, television hosts, immigrants, mentors, political activists, trainers, moms, wives and friends.
The issue of the Second Amendment is a priority to these women, and so is our freedom.
Please take a moment to watch as they explain articulately why we all must make the #GunVote a priority when we head to the polls.
To find more educational material, regarding the #GunVote, please visit the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s website here – http://www.nssf.org/gunvote/
The following quote is from the NSSF website:
The votes of target shooters, hunters and gun owners are making a difference in our elections. Voting in the 2016 election is a process that begins by making sure to register, then becoming educated about the candidates running for office and discussing choices with family and friends so that they understand the importance of voting to protect America’s firearms freedoms. The final step, of course, is going to the polls and, when necessary, helping others to get to the polls, too.