4th NRA board member resigns
A fourth member of the National Rifle Association’s Board of Directors has resigned. The string of vacancies on the top gun advocate’s board comes amid a rash of inner turmoil and renewed scrutiny in the wake of two deadly mass shootings earlier this month.
Julie Golob, a professional sport shooter, wrote a resignation letter on her personal blog posted on Tuesday, saying she can “no longer commit to fulfilling the duties of a director.”
“My intentions in running as well as serving in this volunteer position are directly aligned with the purposes and objectives of the organization. I am proud to have had the opportunity to represent the members of the National Rifle Association,” she added. Golob leaves her tenure on the board without completing the standard full 3-year term.
“I wish the director who fills my vacancy and the rest of the board nothing but success. I will absolutely continue to support the NRA’s programs and sports as a proud benefactor member and active participant in the preservation of freedom,” Golob wrote.
Golob’s exit comes on the heels of three other members’ departure from the board, all of whom cited concerns over questionable