NRA-PVF Candidate Ratings and Endorsements Are Live!

Personal safety and your right to self-defense are on the ballot this election. Learn which candidates will be tough-on-crime and will stop the assault on the Second Amendment.

by posted on September 13, 2022
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Dear NRA Member:

With the 2022 General Election around the corner and American freedoms literally under attack, now is the time for you to get involved.

To equip you in defense of liberty, NRA-PVF just posted its candidate ratings and endorsements. They are now up and running at nrapvf.org.

These ratings and endorsements are updated in real-time, so we encourage you to check back regularly for any updates.

Although Election Day is not until Tuesday, November 8, many states have expanded early voting options. Please check with your state election office to confirm the voting option that works best for you.

Personal safety and your right to self-defense are on the ballot this election. You have clear choices on November 8—please VOTE for the candidates who are tough-on-crime, reject the Biden/Harris gun control agenda and will stop the assault on the Second Amendment. Don’t be fooled by our opponents: Your vote matters, and they know it.

Again, please be sure you exercise your right to vote on or before Tuesday, November 8, to support candidates who respect and value the Second Amendment. And don't forget to encourage your family, friends and fellow gun owners to do the same!

Yours in Liberty,

Jason Ouimet
Chairman, NRA-PVF

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