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What are the different types of vacancies that can exist on ASHA's Advisory Councils?

Vacancies occur in each of ASHA's Advisory Councils (AC) in one of three ways: 1) The 3-year term is open for a new member to be elected to serve, and candidates appear on the ASHA slate developed by the Committee on Nominations and Elections (CNE); 2) a member resigns their term before the 3-year term expires (mid-term); 3) the CNE received no nominations for the vacant seat during the state's regular 3-year election cycle.

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What are the different types of vacancies that can exist on ASHA's Advisory Councils?

Vacancies occur in each of ASHA's Advisory Councils (AC) in one of three ways: 1) The 3-year term is open for a new member to be elected to serve, and candidates appear on the ASHA slate developed by the Committee on Nominations and Elections (CNE); 2) a member resigns their term before the 3-year term expires (mid-term); 3) the CNE received no nominations for the vacant seat during the state's regular 3-year election cycle.

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What are the different types of vacancies that can exist on ASHA's Advisory Councils?

Vacancies occur in each of ASHA's Advisory Councils (AC) in one of three ways: 1) The 3-year term is open for a new member to be elected to serve, and candidates appear on the ASHA slate developed by the Committee on Nominations and Elections (CNE); 2) a member resigns their term before the 3-year term expires (mid-term); 3) the CNE received no nominations for the vacant seat during the state's regular 3-year election cycle.

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What are the different types of vacancies that can exist on ASHA's Advisory Councils?

Vacancies occur in each of ASHA's Advisory Councils (AC) in one of three ways: 1) The 3-year term is open for a new member to be elected to serve, and candidates appear on the ASHA slate developed by the Committee on Nominations and Elections (CNE); 2) a member resigns their term before the 3-year term expires (mid-term); 3) the CNE received no nominations for the vacant seat during the state's regular 3-year election cycle.

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What are the different types of vacancies that can exist on ASHA's Advisory Councils?

Vacancies occur in each of ASHA's Advisory Councils (AC) in one of three ways: 1) The 3-year term is open for a new member to be elected to serve, and candidates appear on the ASHA slate developed by the Committee on Nominations and Elections (CNE); 2) a member resigns their term before the 3-year term expires (mid-term); 3) the CNE received no nominations for the vacant seat during the state's regular 3-year election cycle.

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What are the different types of vacancies that can exist on ASHA's Advisory Councils?

Vacancies occur in each of ASHA's Advisory Councils (AC) in one of three ways: 1) The 3-year term is open for a new member to be elected to serve, and candidates appear on the ASHA slate developed by the Committee on Nominations and Elections (CNE); 2) a member resigns their term before the 3-year term expires (mid-term); 3) the CNE received no nominations for the vacant seat during the state's regular 3-year election cycle.

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What are the different types of vacancies that can exist on ASHA's Advisory Councils?

Vacancies occur in each of ASHA's Advisory Councils (AC) in one of three ways: 1) The 3-year term is open for a new member to be elected to serve, and candidates appear on the ASHA slate developed by the Committee on Nominations and Elections (CNE); 2) a member resigns their term before the 3-year term expires (mid-term); 3) the CNE received no nominations for the vacant seat during the state's regular 3-year election cycle.

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What are the different types of vacancies that can exist on ASHA's Advisory Councils?

Vacancies occur in each of ASHA's Advisory Councils (AC) in one of three ways: 1) The 3-year term is open for a new member to be elected to serve, and candidates appear on the ASHA slate developed by the Committee on Nominations and Elections (CNE); 2) a member resigns their term before the 3-year term expires (mid-term); 3) the CNE received no nominations for the vacant seat during the state's regular 3-year election cycle.

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