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Timothy Knight’s Timeline

Director - National Rifle Association of America
Currently serving in his 2nd Term 2018-2021

First elected by NRA Members in 2015 &
Working with gun owners across the Republic since 2013
Lifelong shooter

Official Duties

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Business of the NRA

2015 - Present

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NRA Board Meetings

Sworn in for my first three year term (2015-2018): 100% Attendance
April 2015 Nashville, TN - NRA Annual Meeting & NRA Board Meeting (Present)
September 2015 Metro DC/Virginia - NRA Board Meeting (Present)
January 2016 Metro DC/Virginia - NRA Board Meeting (Present)
May 2016 Louisville, KY - NRA Annual Meeting & NRA Board Meeting (Present)
September 2016 Metro DC/Virginia - NRA Board Meeting (Present)
January 2017 Metro DC/Virginia - NRA Board Meeting (Present)
April 2017 Atlanta, GA - NRA Annual Meeting & NRA Board Meeting (Present)
September 2017 Springfield, MO - NRA Board Meeting (Present)
January 2018 Metro DC/Virginia - NRA Board Meeting (Present)

Sworn in for my Second three years term (2018 -2021)
May 2018 Dallas, TX - - NRA Annual Meeting & NRA Board Meeting (Present)


The NRA Board of Directors meets three times a year. A new class of directors is sworn in at every NRA annual meeting and we have two additional meeting before the Board meets again at the next annual meeting.


Committee Service

Most Directors serve on committees to further the mission of the many areas the NRA serves. Committees can often be up three days before a Board meeting or hosted another time and location. All of my committees meetings to date, with the exception of the Nominating Committee in 2016, have all met prior to Board meetings. Committee assignments are made by the NRA President in coordination with the 1st & 2nd Vice Presidents and with the advice of the NRA Secretary. In 2015 I was assigned to serve on two committees by then NRA Porter, in my second term I still serve on two committees. I have never missed a formal scheduled committee meeting.

Current:
2015 - Present:  Grassroots Development Committee (Board Committee Member)
Responsibility: Program and strategies designed (1) to increase volunteer activism, awareness and support for NRA’s legislative, political and educational agendas; and (2) to empower individual members to carry such policies and programs to the local level.


2017 - Present: Publications Policies Committee (Board Committee Member)
Responsibility: Review of the policiesand program of the Association regarding regularly issued publications and other programs, products and activities of the Publications Division directed to the Associations’s membership or to the general public.

Past:
2015 - 2017: Clubs & Associations Committee (Board Committee Member)
Responsibility: Programs and Policies designed to encourage eligible organizations to affiliate with and support the NRA, and assistance to member organizations in the development of programs in consonance with NRA objectives: review credentials of all candidates proposed for annual citations made the the NRA to NRA Club, associations or individuals and select a winner.

2016: Nomination Committee (Board Committee Member)

I have asked to serve on the following committees where I believe I can provide knowledge. I continue to make requests and lobby to be included on several of these committees every year. I believe I can best serve the members by serving of four committees. Some Board members serve on up to six committees.

  1. Hunting & Wildlife Conservation Committee

  2. Legislative Policy Committee
    - (Federal Affairs Subcommittee or State & Local Affairs Subcommittee)

  3. Membership Committee

  4. Range Development Committee

  5. Youth Programs Commitee


Grassroots Politics:
Be an Example & stand with good people

Politics

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Grassroots Politics

2013 - Present

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In 2013 I jumped into the deep end of grassroots politics and was forced to learn  from scratch. I halted my plan of starting a new business in the Colorado and resigned my position as a District Commissioner in the Boy Scouts to co-found the statewide grassroots recall movement. Serving as the President of the Basic Freedom Defense Fund, I teamed with hundreds of citizens and a board of directors comprised of six other political novices, strangers to each other before but who made 137 years of Colorado history by accomplishing the impossible: recalling John Morse, President of the Colorado Senate. It was a nine month quest that defeated the political agenda of two billionaires, pushed past the constant obstructions by two major political parties, dealt with eight court challenges and delivered a message that resonated so deeply that even former President Clinton's robo-calls the night before the election could not save Senator Morse (and Senator Angela Giron) from recall. To learn more about the Colorado recall and see a few media link from 2013.

I also assisted or consulted in three other recall efforts in Colorado and have since flown to California and New Jersey to help others explore the idea of recalling their own tyrannical legislators.

A proven grassroots activist nationwide campaigning:
2014 in CT, IA & CO
2015 in VA
2016 in NV, ME, SC, NC, GA and TN
2018 in MT, MO, TN & GA

 


School Safety

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2015 - Present

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In 2013 I jumped into the deep end of grassroots politics and was forced to learn  from scratch. I halted my plan of starting a new business in the Colorado and resigned my position as a District Commissioner in the Boy Scouts to co-found the statewide grassroots recall movement. Serving as the President of the Basic Freedom Defense Fund, I teamed with hundreds of citizens and a board of directors comprised of six other political novices, strangers to each other before but who made 137 years of Colorado history by accomplishing the impossible: recalling John Morse, President of the Colorado Senate. It was a nine month quest that defeated the political agenda of two billionaires, pushed past the constant obstructions by two major political parties, dealt with eight court challenges and delivered a message that resonated so deeply that even former President Clinton's robo-calls the night before the election could not save Senator Morse (and Senator Angela Giron) from recall. To learn more about the Colorado recall and see a few media link from 2013

A proven grassroots activist nationwide campaigning:
2014 in CT, IA & CO
2015 in VA
2016 in NV, ME, SC, NC, GA and TN
2018 in MT, MO, TN & GA

 

I also assisted or consulted in three other recall efforts in Colorado and have since flown to California and New Jersey to help others explore the idea of recalling their own tyrannical legislators.


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