Luke Crawford - for 2019 NRA BOD

 

LIFE - LIBERTY - HAPPINESS

 
 
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"The Constitution shall never be construed...to prevent the people of the United States who are peaceable citizens from keeping their own arms." - Alexander Hamilton

 
 

Thank you for your interest in my campaign!

I was born, raised and currently reside in the great state of Georgia!

I have been heavily involved in the world of both firearms and politics from a young age.  My initial interest in firearms came from deer hunting, and has continued to grow since then. Over the years I worked for several firearms and outdoors stores until starting several businesses of my own in the firearms industry. I have competed in USPSA, IDPA, 3 Gun, the Precision Rifle Series and various other shooting competitions. I also fought for campus carry as the Georgia State Director of Students For Concealed Carry and ran for city council in 2017.    

I currently work in the firearms industry, primarily in the world of marketing and photography. If you are interested in learning more about me professionally, visit Jawbone Media or connect with me on LinkedIn by clicking here.

Over the course of my life I have been fortunate enough to work on multiple political campaigns, earn my Eagle Scout and intern with current Georgia Public Service Commissioner, Tim Echols, as well as serve as the State Director of Students for Concealed Carry and study at The Leadership Institute in Washington, D.C.  Since a young age I have felt a strong desire to serve our country and believe that my involvement in the National Rifle Association is a great opportunity to do so.

I hope to bring not only a young adult's perspective to the NRA Board of Directors, but also the perspective of firearms owners across the nation.

You can learn more about my plans, if elected to NRA Board of Directors by clicking here and my stances on various 2nd Amendment issues by clicking here.

I appreciate you taking time to learn more about me, lets band together and continue the fight for freedom.

Thanks, Luke Crawford