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This is an excellent question! I have often wondered how to choose among so many qualified people, without the vote being a popularity contest.

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Also a lifer and I vote. I try to read about the candidates and select those that have the experience and such to match my wants or remarkable reputations. But, I also pay considerable attention to the recommendations of the Nominating Committee.......breakemall
 

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The nominating commitee IMO are the ones who sold us out. They made the deals with Reid and the dumbocrats. They no longer hold the line but compromise our rights. I am a life member, and my dad made me a member before I could hold a rifle, 70 ish years ago, I no longer vote for party favors.
 

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Thanks Karla for posting this thread as I had almost forgotten to vote! I always vote as I am a Life Member and not only is it a right to vote but I feel it is a duty to vote. I review the candidates information and try to vote based on my feeling as to the ones that would represent the membership and vote for our interests. Not ever candidate that I vote for gets elected but I vote anyway.

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I don't vote for party favors either, especially those horns with the tassels on the end. Man those things drive me crazy.
 

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Is there any site on the internet where we can look up the voting information? I tried NRA.com and couldn't find anything, did I overlook it? or is there another place to get the candidates info?
 

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I believe if you are eligible to vote there will be a ballot in your NRA magazine. (Member for at least 5 years or a life member)
 

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I just checked the Digital version of the American Rifleman (I get the printed one as well) and there is limited candidate information on the digital one.

I would assume that those that get the digital version only and are elgible to vote would receive the ballot and other info by U.S. Postal Service.

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