NYSRPA Endorsed Candidates 2017

New York State Rifle & Pistol Association – PVF Endorsed Candidates 2017 County Executives: Rensselaer County, Steve McLaughlin Nassau County, Jack Martins Westchester County, Rob Astorino County Legislators: Rensselaer County Harry Tutunjian Darcie Cunningham-Casey Dean Bodnar Beth Wright Clemente Laurie Kennedy Kim Ashe-McPherson Leon Fiacco Tom Grant Kelly Hoffman Jake Ashby Bob Loveridge Scott Bendett Frank Razzano Westchester County John G. Testa Francis T. Corcoran Margaret Cunzio David B. Gelfarb Norm Rosenblum Robert Outhouse Sheila Marcotte James Maisano David J. Tubiolo Gordon R. Burrows   County Sheriffs: Voters, Please remember that the County Sheriffs are the only elected law enforcement officers in the state and that 56 of the 62 elected sheriffs signed a resolution opposing the SAFE Act. And as such are A rated candidates. Cattaraugus County – Tim Whitcomb Chemung County – Chris Moss Chenango County – Ernest Cutting Jr Columbia County – Dave Bartlett Erie County – Tim Howard Hamilton County – Karl Abrams Livingston County – Thomas Dougherty Madison County – John Ball Monroe County – Patrick O’Flynn Putnam County – Don Smith Saratoga County – Michael Zurlo Schenectady County – Dominic Dagostino Schoharie County – Anthony Desmond Schuyler County – William Yessman Suffolk County – Larry Zacarese Sullivan County – Michael Schiff Wayne County – Barry Virts Wyoming County – Gregory Rudolph Judges: Jennifer Sober – Rensselaer County Judge Peter Crumey – NYS Supreme Court 3rd District Kristy Acker – NYS Supreme Court 9th District District Attorney: Susan Mallery – Schoharie...
PISTOL PERMIT RE-CERTIFICATION

PISTOL PERMIT RE-CERTIFICATION

PISTOL PERMIT RE-CERTIFICATION https://firearms.troopers.ny.gov/pprecert/welcome.faces Ladies and Gentlemen, I know there is a lot of talk and consternation regarding the re-certification process and the page that has recently been made active by the NYSP. Let me perfectly clear; while we object to any regulation that places any additional burden on the practice of our Second Amendment Rights we cannot advise you not to re-certify. If we preformed that illegal act it would have dire consequences for the Association. I would suggest to those re-certifying to visit their County Clerk’s Office to make sure your permit matches what is on file in the office. Remember you have one year to perform this re-certification, make good use of that time, make sure everything is correct. I would also suggest that December 29, 2017 would be a good time to re-certify for two reasons (1.) It will give us time to work on a legislative fix (2.) It would be a good test of the system’s capabilities. If you have any questions please contact us. Tom King Cogito ergo armatus...