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No, at least not for a majority vote as defined in RONR - a majority of those members present and voting.  If the basis for the votes is defined differently, such as a majority of the members present, then abstentions will affect the outcome in that they will count towards the members present but not towards the number of votes cast. In that case, abstentions will have the same effect as a 'no' vote, even though they are still not votes.

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