Clerks, Election Commissioners & Register of Deeds Workshop
NACO’s 119th Annual Conference
Lodging available May 10, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. CST.
Access NACO’s microsite on the Omaha Convention & Visitor’s Bureau website.
OpenSky Policy Institute
2012 Election Results
Election results for counties with a MIPS website can be found at: http://election.mips.me
2012 Election Summary - Updated 11/7/2012 2:53 PM
The NACO 2013 Directory of County
Officials is now available. The directory is an annual
publication that provides names and addresses for elected
and appointed county officials in the state. A directory is
available for $17.00 if non-taxable and $18.00 if taxable.
2013 Directory Order Form
Open Meetings Act
Leon Kolbet Elected President of Nebraska Association of County Officials
LINCOLN – Hayes County Commissioner, Leon Kolbet was elected 2013 President of the Nebraska Association of County Officials during the organization’s 118th annual state conference conducted in Kearney, Nebraska on December 12-14, 2012. Currently vice president, Kolbet was a unanimous selection of the 750 county officials who participated in the event.
Kolbet has been a Hayes County Commissioner since 1988.
County officials also elected Johnson County Commissioner, Terry Keebler as NACO Vice President, Buffalo County Supervisor, Sherry Morrow as NACO Second Vice President and Robert Post, Banner County Commissioner as NACO Secretary-Treasurer for 2012.
The photo on the right is from the Press Club in Washington D.C. that Leon attended along with County Association Presidents from around the nation.
David Walton Receives Association's Highest Award
LINCOLN – Franklin County Commissioner David Walton, was honored by the Nebraska Association of County Officials as the County Official of the Year during the state association’s annual conference in Kearney on December 12-14, 2012.
Walton was selected from a field of nominees, according to NACO Executive Director, Larry Dix.
“David Walton is an outstanding public official who has dedicated himself to serving not only the residents of Franklin County, but also the state of Nebraska. He is a highly respected county commissioner who serves as an excellent example to others, Dix said.
Walton has been Franklin County Commissioner since 1988. During his career, he has served on numerous government and community boards. Walton earned a Bronze Star and Purple Heart as a Marine in the Korean War.