A motion is made that carries almost unanimously - except for one "no" vote. The person casting the "no" vote then wants to change the vote to "yes", so the motion can be unanimous. Is this allowed? Thanks - - Bob
Sceneario: Membership organization where members are entitled to vote. Motion is made and passes by near unanimous vote, except for one nay vote. Can the member change their vote after the vote is taken (so that the vote would be unanimous)?
If a quorum is established to open a meeting and conduct business, but later members leave and the attendance dips below the number required for a qurom - may the remaining members continue to conduct business? Thanks.