San Diego, Calif. Supervisor Greg Cox takes NACo helm
San Diego County, Calif. Supervisor Greg Cox was sworn in as NACo’s president, taking the helm of the new 2018-2019 executive team, during NACo’s Annual Business Meeting, July 16 in Davidson County/Nashville, Tenn.,
He is joined by First Vice President Mary Ann Borgeson, Douglas County, Neb. commissioner; Second Vice President Gary Moore, Boone County, Ky. judge/executive, and Immediate Past President Roy Charles Brooks, Tarrant County, Texas commissioner.
In the only contested race, Moore bested three opponents, winning the final round by a margin of 31 votes out of 2,561 cast.
In his inaugural speech, Cox said, “I have seen firsthand the ability of county governments to transform lives and communities. When America’s 3,069 counties, parishes and boroughs are united at the national level, we can be an immense force for good. I am honored to lead NACo in this noble effort.”
NACo's County News team is here at the conference providing daily recaps of each day's sessions, and keeping you informed on all the resources being released at the conference.
The 2024 NACo Legislative Conference will bring together elected and appointed county officials from across the country to focus on federal policy issues that impact counties and our residents. Attendees have the opportunity to engage in second-to-none policy sessions, meet the members of the 118th Congress and interact with federal agency officials.