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The Nebraska-Iowa District Board is composed of Key Club members elected at the annual District Service Leadership Convention. Elected positions include: Governor, Secretary, Bulletin Editor and seven Lieutenant Governors representing each of the seven geographical areas that make up the District. Two webmasters,  Nebraska At-Large Lieutenant Governor, and an Iowa At-Large Lieutenant Governor will be appointed by the Governor at District Convention.

Why Run?

Being on District Board is an experience of a lifetime. You get to lead an entire district with other outstanding like-minded individuals. This is an amazing opportunity to work on your leadership skills while making life long friendships! Any Key Clubber in good standing with the District is highly encouraged to throw their hat into the race.

How To Run

District Assembly

Convince Them. 

At the District Assembly, each candidate is allowed up to two (2) minutes to speak on their behalf and will be asked four (4) questions by delegates.This is the time to show the voters all of your ideas and why you're the best candidate for the job.

Decide to Run

Get To Convention And Declare Yourself.

Put yourself out there as a candidate! Declarations of intent to run for office can be made at one of the beginning general sessions of the District Convention. You'll be asked to answer two short questions in front of the audience. Deciding to run is a big first step, congratulations!

House of Delegates

Be Elected.


During House of Delegates, each candidate will have one final time to reach voters. They will again have up to two (2) minutes to speak and will be asked one (1) question. After this, the two delegates from each club present will cast their votes. Let's hope they're voting for you.

Good Luck!

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