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Subject 80-2-10 CREDIT UNION VOTING PROCEDURES

Rule 80-2-10-.01 Proxy

The prohibition of Section 7-1-661 regarding vote by proxy makes it unlawful for any individual representative to cast a vote for another individual member of the credit union at any meeting. This does not preclude the authorized representative vote exception as provided in that section.

Rule 80-2-10-.02 Voting Procedures

(1) Members may vote in person, by written ballot, or electronically. Voting by written ballot or electronically may occur prior to the membership meeting by mail, electronically, or at established ballot box locations, provided:
(a) The credit union's bylaws specifically authorize voting electronically or by mail ballot and/or ballot box voting;
(b) The Board of Directors of the credit union have officially adopted electronic, written mail ballot and/or ballot box voting procedures which assure that such voting occurs in an orderly, secure and controlled environment designed to preserve the one member one vote statutory requirement;
(c) The notice of the meeting includes a copy of the voting procedures. In the case of ballot box voting, a copy of the voting procedures must be prominently posted at each ballot box location; and
(d) The question being considered is clearly and fully stated in the notice of the meeting.