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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
Actor Chuck Norris is featured in a new ad for the National Rifle Association's “Trigger the Votevoter registration campaign, sharing his top 10 reasons to register to vote. Politico Playbook reports Norris is the honorary chairman of the voter ...
The Huffington Post · ByPaige Lavender · 8/13/2014
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. The message is meant to encourage gun-rights advocates to register to vote.
Examiner · 7/23/2014
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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
And our rights." No, it's not a gun -- but a voter registration card, as Dad reveals at the end. The ad is part of the NRA's “Trigger the Vote” campaign, which started in 2009. The effort encourages gun-rights advocates to register to vote. Actor and ...
Washington Post · BySean Sullivan · 7/23/2014
(USA TODAY) 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.
World Net Daily · 7/24/2014
He then turned to Alter, who described the NRA’s PR as “terrific.” Atler said the “Trigger the Vote” campaign appears to be working “pretty well” as an ad to “drive voter registration.” He said “the Democrats were the ones who got ...
Breitbart News · ByAwr Hawkins · 7/25/2014
"No, but they should," replies the dad. There's no gun inside the box, but there is a voter registration card. "I'm really proud of you, Dad." The ad is part of an NRA campaign called "Trigger the Vote." Spokesperson Jennifer Baker says several million ...
NPR News · 9/18/2014
CBS News Quicker than you can say "Charlton Heston, Defender Of Liberty, NRA Commemorative Coin," Americans, 80 million of whom own guns, will cast their vote for president ... phone-banking effort with a targeted ad campaign to spread its doomsday ...
Alter Net · 7/13/2004
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