The NRA launched a 30-second voter registration ad on Wednesday as part of its Trigger The Vote campaign, and the ad has a twist. In the commercial, a father carries a small box and warns his son: “Remember, this isn’t a toy. This is serious business.”
News Max · 7/23/2014
A suggestive ad by the NRA for its voter registration campaign will likely get tongues wagging. The spot features a father talking to his son in a somber tone about something that’s not a toy, but is important to protect their family. He unlocks a case ...
OnPolitics · ByCatalina Camia · 7/23/2014
The proposal came to a Senate floor vote in April 2013 as an amendment to a broader gun-safety bill. The NRA opposed the expansion of background ... from Obama during his 2010 Senate run, he aired an ad showing him firing a rifle at a copy of climate ...
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NRA voter registration ad: NRA launches new video ad, with a twist at the end The National Rifle Association (NRA) announced the kickoff of its 2014 “Trigger the Voteregistration campaign with a new suggestive ad message that ends with a bit of a twist.
Examiner · 10/1/2015
In the ad ... Chuck Norris comes through the door that he just kicked down to deliver a message: "Folks, there's only one way to protect our rights," Norris says. "Register to vote." Norris is actually an Honorary Chairman of the NRA's "Trigger The Vote ...
The Huffington Post · ByNick Wing · 9/2/2010
NRA-FAF is a national non-partisan organization dedicated to encouraging gun owners, hunters, and Second Amendment supporters nationwide to register to vote and does not support specific candidates or political parties. NRA-FAF has launched a …
Ammo Land · 9/2/2010
Though “Trigger the Vote” is a nonpartisan voter registration drive ... family and friends are registered to vote.” The NRA Freedom Action Foundation also rolled out a new 30-second ad featuring a father and a son to promote the “Trigger the ...
United Liberty · 7/25/2014
... activists to convince swing voters that Gore was, in NRA parlance, a "gun snatcher": "What was not understood was what a real rallying cry licensing would be. (For gun rights advocates) licensing equals registration; registration equals confiscation."
Alter Net · 7/13/2004
The NRA Political Victory Fund has a new ad against Rep ... a House bill that would require background checks on guns sold online, at gun shows and through classified ads. (The bill hasn't come to the House floor for a vote.) In the Senate, Mary Landrieu ...
Des Moines Register · 10/15/2014
The main theme was protecting Americans' right to own firearms, but the tone of many of the speeches would have been familiar to anyone listening in on Tea Party rallies held across the country over the past year. The NRA ... the ad. "Register to vote.
NPR News · 5/17/2010