This distinctive NRA banner, measuring eight feet long and four feet high, crisscrossed the battleground states in the final weeks of the contest, and was a significant part of NRA’s 2004 election strategy. Displayed at NRA rallies and gun shows, the banner sent a simple but effective message: Despite his attempt to pander to sportsmen, John Kerry had a 20-year record of hostility toward the Second Amendment. These NRA rallies were crucial in turning out enough voters to give President Bush victories in pivotal battleground states such as Ohio and West Virginia.
The banner is in very good condition and, whether sought after by a gun owner, political memorabilia collector, or someone hoping to educate others on truly effective political communications, represents a valuable piece of political history.
NRA-ILA Executive Director and NRA Political Victory Fund chairman Chris W. Cox has signed the banner.
The auction ends tomorrow, February 25. If you’d like to own this banner, please visit http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ssPageName=ADME:L:LCA:US:11&item=7744848145 and place your bid.