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Guest Barry

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Agreeing with Mr. Harrison, I will add that the member who wants a secret ballot may make a motion to conduct the vote by secret ballot.  It would require a majority vote to adopt.  But, as Mr. Harrison pointed out, if your bylaws already require a secret ballot, then the vote must be by secret ballot and that provision may not be waived or suspended.   If that is the case, the member should make a point of order that the bylaws require a secret ballot.

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