Former Rep. Bob Barr elected new NRA president

Gun Rights

Former Republican Rep. Bob Barr (Ga.) was elected as the new president of the National Rifle Association (NRA), as the gun-rights advocacy group turns a new chapter following the resignation of Wayne LaPierre earlier this year. 

Barr, who served in the House of Representatives until 2003, said the NRA needs to expand membership, particularly in a presidential election year.

“I thank my colleagues for their support of my election as NRA President,” Barr said in a statement. “I have been a fighter my whole life and I commit to boldly fight for our Second Amendment…

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