[nabs-l] Writing A Constitution

sarah at sarahblakelarose.com sarah at sarahblakelarose.com
Wed Jun 14 22:22:52 UTC 2017


Proxy voting means that someone who is in attendance votes on behalf of someone who is not in attendance.

Sarah Blake LaRose
http://www.sarahblakelarose.com
Accessible instruction in Biblical languages

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Subject: [nabs-l] Writing A Constitution

Greetings NABS

 

I hope all of you are well. I am in the middle of writing a constitution for a school organization I am starting in the Fall semester and I am a bit stuck on the section pertaining to proxy voting. Can someone give me an understanding of what that is and preferred ways of dealing with it in terms of a chapter or organization? 

 

Thanks in Advance

 

Robert E. Parsons Jr.

President, Richmond Chapter

President, Virginia Association of Blind Students

National Federation of the Blind of Virginia

Randolph Macon College '18 

Phone: 804 200 3275

"Without struggle, there is no progress." -Frederick Douglass

 

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