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Save-the-Date: Meet the 2024 MLA Election Candidates

Mark your calendars for a one-hour Meet the Candidates forum on February 28, 2024, at 1:00 - 2:00 p.m., central time, where you will hear from the candidates for the MLA Board of Directors and President-elect.

This virtual forum allows MLA members to get to know the Board of Directors and President-elect candidates for the upcoming 2024 election. Nominating committee members will act as moderators by presenting questions to the candidates. This engaging space will allow us all to learn about the candidates and allow candidates to share their goals with the membership.  

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If you cannot attend, the session will be recorded and available on the MLA 2024 vConnections webpage.

The 2024 MLA election opens on March 4, 2024 and runs through March 18, 2024. Members will receive an email announcing the opening of the election with links to the electronic ballots. In addition to the national-level election, caucus-level elections are held simultaneously. By participating in the MLA election, you can make your voice heard and contribute to the strength of our organization.

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