While we look forward to slowing down and appreciating the holidays, we won’t rest long as the New Year rings in the critically-important 2016 elections. We gun owners, hunters and NRA members know that our hard work and preparation is what will expand the pro-gun voting bloc and achieve Election Day victories on Nov. 8 from the U.S presidential election to our respective state and local races. If you’re interested in working with NRA-ILA and personally volunteering your time and assistance, there is no time like the present, as they say. So why not consider being an Election Volunteer Coordinator (EVC)?
EVCs are NRA members who serve as a liaison in their communities between gun owners and pro-freedom candidates’ campaigns. An EVC helps to provide these campaigns with dedicated, educated volunteers that assist with phone banks, literature drops, precinct walks, voter registration and Election Day activities. EVCs also assist ILA in pursuit of its legislative objectives. If you are interested in learning more about working in this leadership capacity, please call ILA Grassroots at 800-392-VOTE (8683) and ask to speak with your state's Grassroots Coordinator. Remember that while some of us are able to do more than others, every one of us can do something!