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NRA Launches Ad Campaign in Oklahoma

Thursday, October 25, 2018

NRA Launches Ad Campaign in Oklahoma

Fairfax, Va.— The National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) has  launched an ad campaign to inform voters that Drew Edmondson supports an extreme gun-control agenda that would leave Oklahomans defenseless. The television ad, entitled Call to Serve, is airing on cable and broadcast stations.​

"Drew Edmondson supports an extreme gun control agenda that puts Oklahomans at risk," said Chris W. Cox, NRA-PVF Chairman.  

The ad features an adult woman under the age of 21 and her husband who is deployed with the Army overseas. Edmondson supports a gun ban that would prohibit her from exercising her constitutional right to self-defense leaving her defenseless and alone while her husband serves our country. This couple’s reality illustrates the real life impact Edmondson’s gun control agenda would have on Oklahomans. 

Edmondson is a "D" rated candidate who wants to prohibit law-abiding adults under the age of 21 from possessing firearms for self-defense. He also opposes legislation that would give law-abiding Oklahomans greater freedom in choosing how to defend themselves and their families.

"Drew Edmondson doesn’t support our right to self-defense.  Defend your freedom and defeat Drew Edmondson by voting Kevin Stitt for governor,” concluded Cox. 

To view ad, click here.

Call to Serve Script 


Announcer: Brave young Oklahomans answer the call to serve.


But what about their loved ones while they are away?


Drew Edmondson would take away her right to self-defense until she turns 21.


As governor, Edmondson would take away her right to choose the firearm she uses to protect her home.


That’s why the National Rifle Association gives Drew Edmondson a D.


Defend the freedom of all Oklahomans. Defeat Drew Edmondson.


The NRA Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) is NRA's political action committee. The NRA-PVF ranks political candidates — irrespective of party affiliation — based on voting records, public statements and their responses to an NRA-PVF questionnaire.