Julie Golob has resigned her seat on the Board of Directors for the National Rifle Association of America.
Mrs Golob’s resignation marks the fifth director to have resigned since May 30th, 2019. While board resignations are unprecedented in the organizations history, this is not the first time that directors have been removed. It was the first time that the NRA Institute for Legislative Action chief was suspended and later resigned. Since the myriad of lawsuits, investigations and allegations against the NRA and it’s CEO/VP have come to a head following the NRA Annual Meeting in April, all of the faces of the organization have changed dramatically, with the exception of CEO/VP Wayne LaPierre and his devote followers.
Below are the names of those directors who have resigned (to date) this year.
Those who are given the opportunity to fill those board vacancies consist of the runner-up candidates from the previous election. Dave Butz filled Pete Brownell’s resignation. Adam Kraut turned down a seat on the board after the three directors resigned on August first. Anthony Colandro won the election for the 76th seat.
It is unknown who else amongst the runners-up below will accept or deny those board vacancies.
Dave Butz Adam Kraut
Richard S. Figueroa
Paul D. Babaz
Anthony P. Colandro