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Hmmm, she, and all the other members at the meeting, should already know how the voting went, if the election had been done right in the first place  --  see RONR page 414 and pages following including, particularly, the tellers' report. All the numbers should have become public knowledge (withing the association, anyway) when the election was done.

Presumably the votes themselves do not have the voter's names on them  --  it was a secret ballot, I trust.  In any event the secretary has NO business poking around in the ballot collection  --  she just receives them from the head teller, and locks them up, or puts them under a seal until the assembly decides to destroy them.

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The secretary should not be perusing the ballots to try to determine how people voted. RONR says that the secretary should keep the ballots under seal until the time within which a recount may be ordered expires, but it provides no further guidance in that regard. I would think that placing them in a sealed envelope or box or lock box would be appropriate.

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