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Know your Pro-Gun Candidates from top to bottom
Around election time, ask any gun owner who they are voting for and the answer usually goes right to the top of the ticket. The reply is usually related to the President, maybe Governor in an off year.
Ask that same gun owner who they will be supporting for Ohio Supreme Court and early in the cycle you will likely get a blank stare.
This close to the election, we hope most Ohio gun owners now know the names Sharon Kennedy, Robert Cupp, Terrence O'Donnell are the Supreme Court candidates who will honor Ohio's constitution and protect gun owners rights.
But a lot of voters are surprised to see just how many offices are holding elections. There are many District and County positions across the state. These include judges, commissioners, school boards, sheriffs, clerk of courts and others. These local races provide a great opportunity for gun owners to have a huge impact on the outcome.
But how do you know who supports your gun rights in these local races where most of the candidates you will never hear about until you read their names on the ballot?
CLICK HERE to create a Custom Voter Guide for your specific district. This link will take you to one of the most powerful tools you can use on and before election day.
Buckeye Firearm's Custom Voter Guide allows you to print a list of graded/endorsed candidates which is specific for your ballot. It contains all of the candidates who either Buckeye Firearm or the NRA have graded/endorsed in this election, including regional, county and local candidates.
Using the guide is simple.
1) Follow the directions and enter your information in the 4 fields.
2) Click the "submit querry" button.
3) Click on your name to get your Custom Voter Guide for you specific ballot.
You can print your guide to take into the voting booth with you. Print extra guides for family members and friends who live near you.
If you want to go all out, contact a couple of local candidates who support your gun rights and see if they need any help before the election. Or see if they have literature you can help distribute for them outside of the polling location. A small number of votes can have a huge impact on these local races.