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Our Club has a toxic President.  The situation is so bad, all of the other board members have resigned, and attendance has dwindled from over 100 to 4 people last month.  The President refuses to resign. Can the membership remove the President and vote on a new slate of officers?  Do we need a quorum or just a majority? 

 

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1 hour ago, Guest Carol said:

Our Club has a toxic President.  The situation is so bad, all of the other board members have resigned, and attendance has dwindled from over 100 to 4 people last month.  The President refuses to resign. Can the membership remove the President and vote on a new slate of officers?  Do we need a quorum or just a majority? 

 

Nothing can be done without a quorum present at a regular or properly called meeting.  See http://www.robertsrules.com/faq.html#20

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You need a quorum to conduct any business and how the quorum is determined should be located in your bylaws.  As for removing the President from office see FAQ #20.  However, depending on how complicated it is to remove him it may be simpler to elect someone else when elections come up next.

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