NRA-ILA FrontLines™ Activist Leaders (FAL) are NRA members who coordinate and implement NRA-ILA’s grassroots activities and programs in their areas. FALs work with NRA staff, NRA members and & pro-gun supporters in their area to provide ground level support for NRA-ILA programs and activities on a year round basis. This includes election and legislative efforts. This is a leadership role that requires a high level of organization and an ongoing commitment in support of NRA-ILA’s agenda and efforts.
During campaign seasons, FALs work directly with their NRA-ILA Campaign Field Representatives (CFR) to organize volunteers for voter contact and GOTV efforts.In the absence of a CFR in their area, FALs will organize volunteers to directly support the grassroots efforts of NRA-PVF endorsed campaigns.
The role of the FAL doesn’t stop with just campaign activities. As the tip of our Grassroots arrow, FALs work directly with their Grassroots Coordinators to also implement NRA-ILA’s Grassroots programs and activate their volunteer networks in support of NRA-ILA’s legislative agendas at the federal, state and local levels.
Even if you can spare only an hour a week, or a couple of days each month to work with your FAL, he/she needs to hear from you. The power of NRA comes from our members and supporters.And while we can’t expect every Second Amendment supporter to do everything, we must work to ensure we all do something!
If you are interested in working with your FAL, please fill out the form below or select your state, to find their contact information. If your area currently has an FAL vacancy and you are interested in serving in this leadership capacity, please call NRA-ILA's Grassroots Division at 800-392-VOTE (8683) and ask to speak with your state's Grassroots Coordinator, or apply online to become the FAL for your area.
Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the "lobbying" arm of the National Rifle Association of America. ILA is responsible for preserving the right of all law-abiding individuals in the legislative, political, and legal arenas, to purchase, possess and use firearms for legitimate purposes as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.