The NAA and The Foundation Annual Business Meetings and Election
Thursday, July 11 | 8:30-11:30 a.m.
Grand Ballroom A-C

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The NAA and The Foundation leadership will deliver the annual State of the Association/Foundation addresses at the Annual Business Meetings.

NAA members are formally required to register to vote and pick up a ballot if planning to participate in the NAA annual election. Members who return their absentee ballot to NAA Headquarters through the U. S. mail by July 1, 2019 and determine they wish to vote in person must notify the Election Committee before the close of the desk. The committee will identify the appropriate ballot by the member's name and member number. The absentee ballot must be destroyed before giving the member a new ballot. Members who voted electronically may not vote in person. The ballot desk will close at 9 a.m., 30 minutes after the scheduled start of NAA's Annual Meeting.

Conference registration is not required to attend and participate in either meeting but, a valid name badge is required. For those who are not registered for Conference, please visit the NAA registration team for assistance in obtaining proper credentials.

Absentee voting

Absentee voting is now closed. Eligible members who did not vote via electronic ballot may vote onsite in New Orleans. Please see below for full instructions.

Onsite voting at Conference & Show
Thursday, July 11, 7:30 – 9 a.m. CDT

NAA members are formally required to register to vote and pick up a ballot if planning to participate in the annual election at Conference and Show in New Orleans. Members who return a printed absentee ballot by the July 1, 2019, deadline but then want to vote at the Annual Business Meeting in New Orleans must notify the Election Committee onsite. The committee will identify the appropriate printed absentee ballot by member name and number. The absentee ballot will then be destroyed before a new ballot is distributed. The ballot desk will close at 9 a.m., 30 minutes after the scheduled start of NAA's Annual Meeting.


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