New NRA Ad Kicks Off Voter Registration Drive

Editor’s Note: The NRA kicks off their voter registration drive with a humorous and thought-provoking ad. Thank you, Chuck Norris!

A suggestive ad by the NRA for its voter registration campaign will likely get tongues wagging.

The spot features a father talking to his son in a somber tone about something that’s not a toy, but is important to protect their family. He unlocks a case to reveal … a voter registration card.

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The ad is part of the National Rifle Association’s Trigger the Vote campaign, aimed at increasing the number of registered voters — especially among gun owners. Andrew Arulanandam, public affairs director at the NRA, said the ad will run online and on cable backed by a seven-figure buy.

Actor Chuck Norris of Walker, Texas Ranger and The Expendables 2 will serve again as the campaign’s honorary chairman.

This article continues at Onpolitics.usatoday.com

 

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