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ricludwig

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our church constitution specifies rroberts as governing meetings. it also states that 75% of the active members must vote in the affirmative to call a new minister.nowhere in the constitution does it specify if the member must be present to vote although this has been standard practice for all other buisness meetings. can the chair recognize proxy/absentee votes without specifically authorised by the constitution??

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our church constitution specifies rroberts as governing meetings. it also states that 75% of the active members must vote in the affirmative to call a new minister.nowhere in the constitution does it specify if the member must be present to vote although this has been standard practice for all other buisness meetings. can the chair recognize proxy/absentee votes without specifically authorised by the constitution??

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