2024 NRA Board of Directors Election Results

by posted on May 2, 2024
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The National Rifle Association is pleased to announce the results of the 2024 elections for the NRA Board of Directors.

ELECTED FOR THREE-YEAR TERMS ENDING IN 2027

  1. Ronnie Barrett
  2. Phillip B. Journey
  3. Rocky Marshall
  4. Wayne Anthony Ross
  5. Jeffrey A. Knox
  6. Don Saba
  7. Owen Buz Mills
  8. Carolyn D. Meadows
  9. Dean Cain
  10. Craig Haggard
  11. Bill Miller
  12. Edie P. Fleeman
  13. Robert J. Wos
  14. Maria Heil
  15. William Bachenberg
  16. Dennis Fusaro
  17. Jim Tomes
  18. Donald J. Bradway
  19. Scott L. Bach
  20. Niger Roy Innis
  21. Craig Swartz
  22. David G. Coy
  23. Charles R. Beers, III
  24. Janet D. Nyce
  25. Rick Ector

ELECTED FOR A TWO-YEAR TERM ENDING IN 2026

  1. Susannah Warner Kipke

NOT ELECTED — ELIGIBLE TO RUN FOR 76TH DIRECTOR

  1. Joel Friedman
  2. Kim Rhode
  3. John C. Sigler
  4. Greer Johnson
  5. David A. Keene
  6. Regina Roberts
  7. Antonio A. Hernandez
  8. James L. Wallace

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