GRNC RELEASES
"REMEMBER IN NOVEMBER"
CANDIDATE EVALUATIONS

 

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Grass Roots North Carolina is proud to release its "Remember in November" Candidate Evaluations for the 2020 Primary Election...
 

 

Unlike the candidate evaluations done by other gun rights organizations, GRNC prides itself on its "no compromise" approach. We don't make backroom deals, we don't alter ratings based on promises, and we don't sweep a candidate's prior actions under the rug.

     
 
(or go to: https://www.grnc.org/remember-in-november/grnc-candidate-evaluations-2020)
 
       
 
And watch for the Candidate Recommendations, which will be out soon
 
  GRNC-PVF's Candidate Recommendations differ from GRNC Candidate Evaluations. While the evaluations are intended to provide an objective measure of where candidates stand on Second Amendment issues, GRNC–PVF recommendations are analytical and therefore subject to interpretation. Also note that candidate recommendations, which are more limited than blanket “endorsements,” are not made in all races, only in races where a clear pro-gun candidate stands out or where strategic voting is necessary to keep anti-gun candidates out of office. You can read more about the Evaluations below.
 
      
 

North Carolina Primary Election

 Mar 3, 2020

Early Voting: Feb 13, 2020 - Feb 29, 2020

 
(or go to: https://vt.ncsbe.gov/ossite/)   
      
           
About Remember in November
 If you are a new GRNC member who has not yet used GRNC’s “Remember in November” voter guides, you will soon experience the most comprehensive, objective and accurate candidate evaluation system in the state, and perhaps the country. Like a “AAA Guide” to political candidates, “Remember in November” tells you who supports your gun rights. GRNC candidate evaluations are even used by non-partisan “Project Vote Smart.”
 
Getting 150,000 voter guides into the hands of gun-owning voters is no small task, taking the work of dozens of volunteers and upwards of $40,000. For this reason...

 

 
We really need your help to get these guides into all of those hands. Won't you please consider contributing to help us with the "Remember in November" initiative? If you can, CLICK HERE to contribute (or go to: http://grnc.org/join-grnc/contribute).
 
How GRNC Evaluates Candidates
Unlike “the other gun rights organization,” GRNC doesn’t make “deals” for candidate ratings: A candidate gets what he or she earns, no more, no less. The candidate’s history of votes on gun legislation, bill sponsorship, bill support and survey scores are entered into a database which estimates the percentage of the time they can be expected to agree with a control group of our own Life and Benefactor members. A candidate who agrees at least 90% of the time gets a 4-star evaluation (GRNC ****); 80% gets 3 stars (***), 70% gets 2 stars (**); 60% gets 1 star (*) and under 60% gets a (0-star) evaluation. Gun votes are weighed more heavily than any other measure. Each measure (survey, votes, bill support) is shown as a percentage in the guide.
 
Making Evaluations Easy to Use
I often tell Second Amendment neophytes: “Lest you presume the political process is designed to exclude you, let me assure you that it is.” You don’t have time to track politicians, and political weasels know it. “Remember in November” is designed to make it easy for you to participate in the process.
 
If you haven't already, you will soon receive a mailed “Remember in November” voter guide containing all candidates in covered races for state and federal office across North Carolina, formatted into a guide that folds down to a brochure you can place into your pocket and take to the polls. To use it, you don’t even need to know your district number. Candidates are arranged alphabetically, meaning you need only compare the names in the guide with what you find on your ballot. For voters who want information by district, GRNC’s web site (www.GRNC.org) will contain downloadable files sorted by either last name or by district.
 
Membership dues and donation payments can be made at http://grnc.org/join-grnc/contribute.

 

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GRNC Sponsors

 

Support these PRO RKBA merchants who, as GRNC sponsors, are supporting your Second Amendment rights:

 


Corporate Benefactors

Blue Ridge Marksmanship
A wide variety of courses offered. 827 Roaring Fork Road, Burnsville, NC 28714. http://blueridgemarksmanship.com, kevin@blueridgemarksmanship.com, 828-772-6884

C & E Gun Shows
P.O. Box 11209, Blacksburg, VA 24062. 540-953-0016 or 888-715-0606. http://www.cegunshows.com/

Carolina Sporting Arms
The Carolinas' destination for quality firearms and exceptional customer service for over 20 years. We specialize in firearms and firearms-related products with unmatched expertise to help both beginners and experienced shooters find the right products to meet their needs. Charlotte's only Five-Star indoor range! www.csaguns.com

DD Media
8300 Raintree Lane, Charlotte, NC 28277. donna@doubledme.com, phone: 704-650-5555, fax: 704-544-0326

Dr. Dan's Freedom Forum & Freedom Forum Radio
Dr. Dan's Freedom Forum and Freedom Forum Radio is a call to arms for American Patriots who will stand up now as our Founding Fathers did to defend the Constitution, Natural Law Rights, and Freedoms guaranteed to each of us. https://drdansfreedomforum.com/. DrDan@DrDansFreedomForum.com

Dixie Deer Classic
www.dixiedeerclassic.org. Dixie Gun and Knife Shows, PO Box 21049, Raleigh, NC 27619. www.dixiegunandknifeshow.com. 919-781-1287

Hyatt Guns
3332 Wilkinson Blvd., Charlotte, NC 28208. www.hyattguns.com. 704-394-0387

NCGunOwners.com
North Carolina's friendliest firearm web forum, working to promote gun ownership in NC www.NCGunOwners.com

Triangle Shooting Academy
The #1 indoor shooting range in the Carolinas. Shop, shoot and learn. Open to the public. 6501 Mt. Herman Rd., Raleigh, NC 27617. https://triangleshootingacademy.com. (919) 802-2040


Corporate Patrons

The Aisle Pawn Shop
216 N. Main St., Mooresville, NC 28115. http://aislepawn.com. 704-663-5656

Down South Ammo
Home of "SOUTHERN THUNDER" Exploding Targets http://downsouthammo.com

MK Shows
Mike Kent. PO Box 685, Monroe, GA 30655. http://MKShows.com. Mike@MKShows.com. 770-630-7296

Reedy Creek Realty
1818 Medfield Road, Raleigh, NC 27607. http://www.ReedyCreekRealty.com. 877-428-SOLD (7653). NRA / CHP Instructor & Realtor serving the Triangle area. Free Firearm With Home Sale or Purchase!

Take Aim Training
Outdoor Rifle, Handgun, Shotgun, and Archery Range located in the heart of the Carolinas. We offer Concealed carry, hunter education, and many other courses. NC & SC firearms sales and transfers. Listen to the Take Aim Training Show or online www.wixe1190.com Thursdays 4-5PM. www.takeaimtraining.com


Corporate Sponsors

BRAIN LUBE ONLINE
Interesting gun-related links and more. www.BrainLubeOnline.com

Concealed Carry Academy Concealed carry permit course
We teach for NC, FL, TN, VA and other states. Instructors are law enforcement/military. State Certified. Hands-on, personal attention, all ages especially seniors. Call: 828-356-5454 or visit www.wecancarry.com - “The most recommended course.” Individual and Group rates. Will travel.

Duncan Gun & Pawn
414 Second St., North Wilkesboro, NC 28659. www.duncangun.com. 336-667-6303

Ed’s Gun Shop
5560 US 1 Hwy, Vass, NC 28394. https://www.edsgunshop.com. Phone: 910-692-7936, Fax: 910-692-4867

The Range at Ballantyne & The Range at Lake Norman
10913 Bailey Road, Cornelius, NC. www.therangeatballantyne.com. 704-896-3155. www.therangeatlakenorman.com. 704-896-3155

Shooter's Express
2 Caldwell Dr., Belmont, NC 28012. www.shootersexpress.com. 800-358-GUNS (4867)

TacticalGearOps
http://tacticalgearops.com. sales@tacticalgearops.com. 888-285-2649

Vanguard Security Consulting, LLC
19135 W. Catawba Ave, Cornelius, NC 28031


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