I haven't seen any evidence that either party is fighting for off-road access rights; therefore, it is imperative that the citizens who use and enjoy off-road access - and the businesses that sell off-road products to those consumer-citizens - make themselves heard and lobby to keep areas open to the public. For example, companies like Honda, Yamaha, Polaris, and others should be lobbying Congress to keep these areas open to their customers. It's in their best financial interest to do so, but I'm not convinced they are paying attention. The reality is, if the military wants it, and there is no vocal opposition and lobbying by those who want to preserve off-road access rights, you just won't see any opposition to that by Republicans. So the simple exercise of voting conservative won't get anything done on that score. Since a democracy is not a spectator sport, and politicians rarely deliver on their promises, particularly if the affected constituents aren't vocal, you have to get personally involved if you expect action.