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Cast your vote for Curtis Jenkins in his bid for re-election to the NRA Board of Directors

Curtis Jenkins of Forsyth, Georgia, has been nominated for election to a third term on the National Rifle Association Board of Directors and your help is respectfully solicited.
Curtis is a PBA referral attorney and former state representative in Georgia. He was first elected to the NRA Board in 2008 with the help of PBA members and has long been a strong supporter of our efforts in Georgia and a true friend of PBA.
Curtis' legislative service was marked not only by his consistent pro-law enforcement stance, but also his vigorous defense of the Second Amendment. As a NRA Board member, Jenkins serves on the Legal Affairs (Vice Chair), Legislative Policy, and Finance committees. (More detailed biographical information appears in the February, 2014 NRA magazine alongside the ballots.)
If you are a NRA member, please take a moment to look in your February NRA magazine for your ballot and cast your vote for Curtis Jenkins.
Although you can vote for up to 25 of the nominees listed on the ballot, only the top 25 vote getters will be elected, so limiting the number of individuals you vote for to one or just a few candidates will improve the chances that your choice(s) will make the cut. Ballots must be received by April 6th.
Thank you for your support and please help our long term friend: vote for Curtis Jenkins in the 2014 NRA Board of Directors elections.

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Southern States PBA expresses concern regarding departure from standard procedure in charging officers

June 19, 2020

Southern States PBA (SSPBA), which includes over 58,000 law enforcement officer members across the Southeast, spoke out today regarding the environment that law enforcement officers are currently working in and concerns over rushes to judgment and second-guessing of actions taken by officers.

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June 1, 2020

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