The American Legion Auxiliary's National Convention can be likened to both a political party convention and a family reunion. Auxiliary members from all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia, together with members of The American Legion and the Sons of the American Legion, meet annually to set national priorities to guide their organizations in the coming year.
Recordings of each day of coverage from the 2013 National Convention is available on an on-demand basis. Coverage includes each General Session and the Installation of National Officers.See on-demand coverage.
At every annual American Legion Auxiliary national convention, delegates elect the women who will lead the organization’s national offices of president, vice president, division national vice presidents, chaplain and historian.
Click here to view the candidates vying for 2013-2014 national office.
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