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NRB Announces Candidates for Board of Directors and Executive Committee

CandidatesNRB has published the list of candidates for the 2013 Executive Committee and the list of candidates for the 2016 Class of the Board of Directors.

All NRB full members in good standing are eligible to vote for the candidates at the NRB Annual Business Meeting on Saturday, March 2, from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., during the NRB 2013 Convention & Exposition in Nashville, TN.

Please note, however, that you are not automatically registered to vote even if you are an NRB Member. Therefore, it is important to pre-register your organization’s voters before NRB 2013.

Contact Judy Stephens now at 703-331-4510 or jstephens@nrb.org to register your designated voters. If you want to confirm that you have already registered, you may contact her about that as well.

You must be a member in good standing to receive a ballot, and your organization’s 2013 dues must be current. Designated voters must be present at the Annual Business Meeting to receive the ballot package, and proxy votes cannot be accepted. The number of votes allowed for each full member organization is determined by Article VI – Voting Constituency – of the NRB Constitution and Bylaws.

Click here to review the candidates for the 2013 Executive Committee, and here to review the candidates for the 2016 Class of the Board of Directors.

Published: February 7, 2013

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