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We recently held elections for some open seats on our board. The board allowed a person to vote whom should not have had voting privileges. It was questioned at the time of the vote, however, the concern was overlooked. If his vote is removed the outcome of the election will not change. If the election is re held, the outcome will most definitely change. My question is, can this vote be overturned and a new vote held with only eligible voters participating?

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We recently held elections for some open seats on our board. The board allowed a person to vote whom should not have had voting privileges.

The assembly is the judge of all questions on voting, and one assumes that the assembly of the society elects the board members, so why is the board involved in "allowing" anyone to vote?

See ronr(11th ed.), p. 409.

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