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Nonprofit incorporation specifics

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I am forming a nonprofit corporation in the state of California. I want to make sure that both my parter and I can act as president (keeping it egalitarian and allowing either one of us to completely run the corporation's day to day operations). Can our corporation legally have two presidents? How should this be addressed in the bylaws?

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