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St. Louis radio host to be featured in NRA documentary

St. Louis radio host to be featured in NRA documentary

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Local conservative radio host Stacy Washington was in Dallas two weeks ago, locking and loading her gun-rights stance.

Washington filmed a pro-Second Amendment interview with the National Rifle Association, which plans to use the footage in an upcoming documentary.

"I'm an NRA member, and when I was in the Air Force, I qualified on the M-16 as a marksman," said Washington, who hosts her own show, "Stacy On The Right," from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays on KFTK-FM 97.1.

Washington also is a regular guest on Jamie Allman's morning show on KFTK and has recently appeared as a guest panelist on "Donnybrook" on KETC (Channel 9).

Washington said her recording session lasted about two hours and consisted mainly of her responding to questions. The ads will run this fall on NRANews.com and other internet sites, she said.

"It was all my thoughts, there was no script for it," she said. "They'd ask me questions and I would give them my opinions."

Washington lives in Town and Country with her husband and three children. She served on the Ladue School Board from 2009-2010, and then 2011-2014.

This is not Washington's first work for the NRA; she regularly appears on NRA News, a show on Sirius Radio.

She also is not the first STLer to put face to film for the gun group. Nationally syndicated radio host Dana Loesch, who now lives in Dallas, has done several videos for the armed cause.

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