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Wrong Jason Ouimet?

Jason M. Ouimet

Director, Federal Affairs

National Rifle Association

HQ Phone:  (703) 267-1000

Direct Phone: (202) ***-****direct phone

Email: j***@***.org

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National Rifle Association

11250 Waples Mill Road

Fairfax, Virginia,22030

United States

Company Description

Established in 1871, the National Rifle Association is America's oldest civil rights and sportsmen's group. Five million members strong, NRA continues its mission to uphold Second Amendment rights and is the leader in firearm education and training for law-abi... more

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With Friends Like The NRA ...

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"The NRA's Jason Ouimet has been aware of this situation at ATF since before the congressional hearings on 'the Virginia gun show incident'.
I was supposed to testify at the hearings about the ATF testing issues at that time. Much to my frustration, the hearing I was supposed to testify at was canceled. According to Jason, it was [the] NRA who pulled the plug on me. Len's letter was answered by somebody named Jason Ouimet (be sure to write to him at JOuimet@nrahq.org -- for as long as that e-mail address remains good) described as the NRA "federal liaison": "Len, "You sent me an email not long ago titled 'olive branch' where you indicated that you wanted to be able to have an open dialogue with me and keep me posted on relevant firearms, issues, cases, etc. and I agreed. However, in this email you took a nasty, blatantly FALSE swipe at me and the NRA, and sent it to other people I don't even know. So from this point forward consider our relationship terminated. Do not call or email me again in the future. "Jason" Again, Ouimet's address is JOuimet@nrahq.org -- until he changes it. "Cut the crap, Jason, when is the last time you took my calls or answered a voice mail to call me back? Learn who your representative on the NRA board of directors is and write to him or her demanding the same kind of principled behavior -- and, of course, that Jason Ouimet be fired. Copy the entire NRA leadership.


NRA-ILA | NRA ANNOUNCES PERSONNEL CHANGES

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Jason Ouimet has been promoted to deputy director of federal affairs.
Ouimet has been a federal liaison for the NRA since 2005. He previously served as legislative assistant for Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) and a senior analyst for the National Republican Senatorial Committee's research operation. He also served as a policy analyst for the Republican National Committee's research operation. "I would like to offer my congratulations to Chuck, Jim, and Jason.


Lobbying Hires - TheHill.com

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Jason Ouimet has been promoted to deputy director of federal affairs at the NRA.
Before joining the group, Ouimet was legislative assistant for Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-GA), an analyst for the National Republican Senatorial Committee's research operation and a policy analyst for the Republican National Committee's research operation.


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Jason Ouimet has been promoted to deputy director of federal affairs at the NRA.


NRA-ILA :: Releases

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One of those new hires is Jason Ouimet, whom NRA has named as a federal lobbyist. Mr. Ouimet comes to NRA from Senator Saxby Chambliss' (R-GA) office, where he was as a Legislative Assistant on issues such as Homeland Security Appropriations, Small Business, Science & Technology and Government Affairs. “I am pleased to welcome Jason on board.We have an ambitious agenda for the 109th Congress and I am confident he will help this Association with our legislative priorities on Capitol Hill.We have many talented lobbyists and political operatives in place and Jason is a good addition to this team,†said Chris W. Cox, NRA's chief lobbyist. Prior to joining Senator Chambliss' office, Jason served as a Senior Research Analyst for the National Republican Senatorial Committee.In 1999, the Republican National Committee hired Jason as a Junior Analyst, where he spent two years conducting field research in Florida, Connecticut, Tennessee and Pennsylvania for President Bush's 2000 presidential campaign. Jason graduated from Kent State University in 1999 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science.


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