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Amending Vote

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A meeting was held two weeks ago, the member was present, but out of the room when the vote was taken. 

He would like to be recorded as an aye vote on a resolution, with no change in outcome.

Can a member ask unanimous consent to be recorded as voting aye on a resolution in a succeeding meeting?



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Almost certainly not on (at least) 2 fronts:

1) A member who wasn't there cannot vote unless the bylaws specifically permits it (RONR pp. 423-424) and,

2) A member cannot vote or change their vote even with unanimous consent after the assembly has moved onto the next item of business (RONR pp. 408-409).

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