Honorary Chairman Chuck Norris Stars In New Ad Campaign
This week, NRA's Freedom Action Foundation (NRA-FAF) launched the 2010 "Trigger the Vote" campaign, featuring its Honorary Chairman Chuck Norris in a new series of advertisements. "Tough Like Chuck," the first in the new series of ads, can be viewed here: www.triggerthevote.org/landing
"With each election, Americans go to the polls and make choices that affect -- for better or worse -- the future of our rights and freedoms at the state and national levels," said NRA-FAF Chairman and NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris Cox. "We're are honored to once again be working with our friend and stalwart Second Amendment supporter, Chuck Norris, to educate voters on the importance of registering to vote to protect our Second Amendment rights."
"The only way to protect our rights is to vote for the candidates who support them, and we need every Second Amendment supporter to register to vote and cast an informed ballot," said Honorary Trigger the Vote Chairman Chuck Norris. "That's why I'm working with the NRA Freedom Action Foundation to make sure voters get 'Tough Like Chuck' -- by registering to vote."
NRA-FAF is a national non-partisan organization dedicated to encouraging gun owners, hunters, and Second Amendment supporters nationwide to register to vote. It does not support specific candidates or political parties.
NRA-FAF has launched a comprehensive multi-media campaign to register pro-gun voters utilizing television and on-line advertising, traditional on-the-ground field teams, direct mail and phone calls. The new www.triggerthevote.org website provides the tools and information voters need to register and turn out on Election Day.
The NRA Freedom Action Foundation (NRA-FAF, http://www.nrafaf.org/) is dedicated to providing non-partisan Second Amendment education to all American citizens. NRA-FAF is committed to building Trigger the Vote (www.triggerthevote.org), a comprehensive national voter registration program to register gun owners, hunters, and Second Amendment supporters nationwide.