January 10, 2024

Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation Announces 2024 NASC Executive Council

January 10, 2024 (Washington, D.C.) The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF), the nation’s most effective outdoor advocacy organization, formally announced today the slate of members serving on the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses (NASC) Executive Council for 2024.  Voted in by their peers representing NASC member states, the 12 elected members and 3 alternate members will ensure that NASC provides the best service possible to the individual state caucuses.

One of three caucuses under the CSF umbrella, NASC has grown since its inception in 2004 to now include nearly 2,300 pro-sportsmen legislators from sportsmen’s caucuses representing all 50 states.  NASC has become the most effective pro-conservation policy force in the nation, securing more than 1,000 policy victories since 2018 and monitoring more than 7,000 policy proposals each year.

“I am honored to once again serve as President for the NASC Executive Council and look forward to working with my fellow members on continuing to provide guidance to the 50 state sportsmen’s caucuses within the NASC umbrella,” said NASC Executive Council President, Rep. Jeff Goley (NH).  “Having been a member of NASC for many years as a Representative for the great state of New Hampshire, I have truly seen the invaluable benefit this collective of caucuses provides to all sportsmen and women and it is imperative we remain connected to ensure our outdoor traditions can be passed to future generations.”

NASC is guided by the Executive Council which is comprised of state legislators elected by their peers to provide advice and counsel to the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation and NASC. The Council assists with the establishment and promotion of pro-sportsman ideas and facilitates the sharing of information between state caucuses, conservation partners, and allied industries. The Executive Council plays a critical role in the protection and advancement of our time-honored sporting traditions by establishing the activities of NASC, developing issue briefs, and setting guidelines for affiliated state caucuses.

“The vast majority of the policy decisions that impact fish and wildlife conservation, and hunting and fishing access and opportunities are decided at the state level.  With the strength of the NASC network of legislators representing all 50 states, we can effectively make a difference in moving state policy, across the nation, for the greater good of our outdoor traditions,” said CSF President and CEO Jeff Crane. “Partnering with three caucuses within the CSF umbrella, including NASC, CSF is able to successfully provide a voice for all of America’s sportsmen and women in protecting and advancing our outdoor heritage.”

2024 NASC Executive Council

President: Representative Jeff Goley (NH)
Vice President: Representative Bill Rehm (NM)
Secretary: Representative Jeff Wardlaw (AR)

Senator Jack Bailey (MD)
Representative Scott Bounds (MS)
Representative Patrick Brennan (VT)
Representative Bobby Cox (SC)
Representative Kevin Wallace (OK)
Senator Robin Webb (KY)
Senator David Wilson (AK)
Representative Steve Wood (ME)
Representative Jerome Zeringue (LA)

Alternate Members
Representative Jesse Chism (TN)
Representative Amos O’Neal (MI)
Senator Lynda Wilson (WA)

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