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NACo’s Annual Business Meeting, to be held remotely July 20 at 2 p.m. ET, will give voting delegates from member counties an opportunity to vote for the association’s new executive leadership team and consider bylaws amendments.

Following are the vote totals for each member county. The number of votes assigned to each county is based on a formula that awards one vote for every $1,200 (or fraction thereof) paid in NACo dues. County delegates must register for the Annual Business Meeting, set for Monday, July 20, to cast their votes.

View current vote totals here

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