The NACo 2023 Annual Business Meeting and Election will be held in-person Monday, July 24 in Travis County, Texas. During the meeting, credentialed NACo members elect NACo officers, set our national policy agenda and conduct other association business.
You have a seat at the table when you serve on a committee. That means you can inform key decision-makers and help drive federal policy, solve universal challenges, share and learn about new ideas, and help all counties build safer, healthier, more vibrant communities.
In preparation for the National Association of Counties (NACo) 2023 Annual Conference & Exposition, NACo members are invited to submit policy resolutions and platform changes to be considered during the conference.
NACo’s 2023 annual business meeting and election will be held in-person July 24 in Travis County, Texas. Be sure to register for the conference, pay your counties' dues and designate a voting delegate by July 17.
Two candidates are running for a seat on NACo's executive committee as second vice president. The election will be held July 24 at NACo's Annual Conference in Travis County, Texas.
Meet the candidates:
Participants from counties of all sizes come together to shape NACo’s federal policy agenda, share proven practices and strengthen knowledge networks to help improve residents’ lives and the efficiency of county government.
The NACo Virtual Federal Policy Summit brought together county leaders, members of Congress, federal officials, thought leaders and other partners for informative sessions on the numerous policy decisions being made at the federal level that will impact county governments.