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Title: The Importance of Your Votes Voting Procedures


1
The Importance of Your VotesVoting Procedures
IFTA Annual Business Meeting July 20,
2010 Toronto, Ontario
2
Why We are Here
  • Network with colleagues
  • Learn about projects and activities
  • Discuss challenges and opportunities
  • Explore future initiatives
  • Have fun and spend
  • Bylaws require annual meeting to elect trustees
    to Board and conduct other business

3
Documents that Govern Voting Requirements
  • IFTA, Inc. Articles of Incorporation - Article 12
  • IFTA, Inc. Bylaws - Article 3, Section 5
  • IFTA Articles of Agreement - R1555.200, R1600,
    R1620.200, R1720

4
Voting Highlights
  • Each active member jurisdiction is entitled to
  • 1 vote on each matter
  • 1 vote for each trustee being elected
  • Vote by authorized representative in person or by
    proxy
  • Source Bylaws

5
Voting Types/Requirements to Pass
  • Votes requiring a majority of affirmative votes -
    30
  • Amendments to bylaws
  • Source IFTA Articles of Incorporation

6
Voting Types/Requirements to Pass
  • Votes requiring 2/3 majority of active member
    jurisdictions or 39 affirmative votes
  • Election of Trustees to Board
  • General business
  • Source Bylaws

7
Voting Types/Requirements to Pass
  • Short track ballots
  • Vote is required (affirmative or negative) for
    continuing ballot on short track
  • Affirmative vote of at least 3/4 of total
    jurisdictions required for continuation
  • 3/4 44 affirmative votes
  • Less than 44 votes ballot dies
  • Source R1620.200

8
Voting Types/Requirements to Pass
  • Full track ballots
  • Sponsor may request vote for or against placing
    full track ballot on short track ballot process
  • Affirmative vote of at least 3/4 of total
    jurisdictions required to move ballot to short
    track 44 affirmative votes
  • Less than 44 votes remains full track
  • Source R1620.100

9
Voting Types/Requirements to Pass
  • Straw votes
  • Ballot sponsors may request a straw vote to
    determine the level of support for a ballot
    proposal
  • Not a binding vote

10
Voting Types/Requirements to Pass
  • Other matters requiring 3/4 affirmative vote or
    44 jurisdictions
  • Consensus Board Interpretations (CBIs)
  • Resolutions of Expulsion
  • Source R1720, R1555.200

11
Voting in Toronto
  • Election of Trustees to Board
  • General business - approval of minutes
  • Short track ballots
  • Full track ballots

12
Can We do Business?
  • Bylaws require a quorum to conduct business
  • Quorum 2/3 majority of active member
    jurisdictions or 39 jurisdictions

13
Can We do Business in Toronto?
  • Jurisdictions not represented - x
  • Jurisdictions in attendance - x
  • Jurisdictions represented by proxy - x
  • Jurisdictions represented - x

14
Thanks to our attending jurisdictions, our
proxies and the jurisdictions designating
them. Lets get down to business.
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