Qualified voters definition

Qualified voters means persons who are eligible to vote at Town Meetings as defined in the General Statutes of the State of Connecticut.*
Qualified voters means those voters of the city who are qualified to vote in city
Qualified voters means persons who are eligible to vote at Town Meetings as determined under the General Statutes.

Examples of Qualified voters in a sentence

  • Qualified voters residing within the territory proposed for annexation shall be permitted to vote at the election.(2) If the majority of the votes cast upon the question of such election are for annexation, the territory concerned shall immediately be deemed annexed to the district and the same shall then forthwith be a part of the district, the same as though originally included in that district.

  • Qualified voters must request all ballot papers in person and no postal, proxy or absentee voting will be permitted.

  • Qualified voters unable to vote in person for any reason may vote by absentee ballot.

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  • Qualified voters shall give his/her name to the secretary and then write it on the blank list or membership roster.

  • Qualified voters unable to attend a meeting may apply for a proxy from The Club office in person or by mail.

  • Qualified voters of the City may vote at any of the additional early voting locations open under full contract services with the Rockwall County Elections Administration.

  • Qualified voters shall have the power to propose ordinances and resolutions to the Council.

  • Qualified voters of the Tribe are eligible to become candidates for either elective or appointive office, provided that if they have been convicted of a Class A through E felony, as defined in 18 U.S.C. §3559(a), at least five (5) years must have passed since completion of the penalty for such offense (the penalty shall include any period of restriction on civil rights) before they become eligible.

  • Qualified voters unable to vote in person may vote by absentee ballot.


More Definitions of Qualified voters

Qualified voters means the number of votes cast for Governor at the last preceding gubernatorial election. In 2013, the 3% requirement equals 55,736 signatures.
Qualified voters means those Lot owners who are not delinquent in paying annual dues over thirty days from October 1st due date and/or those Lot owners who’s right to vote has not been repealed per Article VI, Section 2, paragraph B.
Qualified voters or "voters" shall mean the voters of a municipality duly qualified to vote in a special municipal election on the issuance of bonds of the municipality or on the question of making improvements to public utilities, under the laws, ordinances and charter provisions applicable at the time such election is held. As used in the Oklahoma Municipal Utility Revenue Bond Act, the singular shall include the plural, and unless indicated herein, defined words shall have the same meaning whether or not capitalized.

Related to Qualified voters

  • Qualified voter means a person who is entitled to vote pursuant to the Constitution of Virginia and

  • Eligible Voter means, for the purpose of voting in respect of Land matters under this Land Code, a Member who has attained eighteen (18) years of age on or before the day of the vote;

  • Required Vote has the meaning ascribed thereto in Section 2.2(b);

  • list of eligible voters means the list referred to in rule 22.1, containing the information in rule 22.2;

  • Qualified shares means all shares entitled to be voted with respect to the transaction except for shares that the secretary or other officer or agent of the corporation authorized to count votes either knows, or under subsection 4 is notified, are held by:

  • Multiple Voting Shares means the multiple voting shares in the capital of the Corporation;

  • Qualified Preferred Stock means any preferred stock of the Borrower so long as the terms of any such preferred stock (a) do not contain any mandatory put, redemption, repayment, sinking fund or other similar provision, (b) do not require the cash payment of dividends or distributions, (c) do not contain any covenants, (d) do not grant the holders thereof any voting rights except for (i) voting rights required to be granted to such holders under applicable law and (ii) limited customary voting rights on fundamental matters such as mergers, consolidations, sales of all or substantially all of the assets of the Borrower, or liquidations involving the Borrower and (e) are otherwise reasonably satisfactory to the Administrative Agent.

  • Active voter means a registered voter who has not been classified as an inactive

  • transferable vote means a ballot document on which, following a first preference, a second or subsequent preference is recorded in consecutive numerical order for a continuing candidate,

  • Recorded Vote means a record, roll call vote.

  • Qualified GIC A guaranteed investment contract or surety bond providing for the investment of funds in the Custodial Account and insuring a minimum, fixed or floating rate of return on investments of such funds, which contract or surety bond shall:

  • Qualified Nurse means a person who holds a valid registration from the Nursing Council of India or the Nursing Council of any state in India.

  • Scratch vote means to mark or punch the straight party ticket and then mark or

  • Registered voter means any person who is maintained on the Virginia voter registration system. All

  • Special vote means a vote requiring at least two thirds of the votes cast by producer members present and voting and at least 60 per cent of the votes cast by consumer members present and voting, counted separately, on condition that these votes are cast by at least half of the producer members present and voting and at least half of the consumer members present and voting.

  • transferred vote means a vote derived from a ballot document on which a second or subsequent preference is recorded for the candidate to whom that ballot document has been transferred, and

  • Non-Voting Shares means a particular Class of Shares that do not carry the right to notice of or to attend or vote at general meetings of the Company or the relevant Fund.

  • Total Voting Power means, with respect to any Person, the total number of votes which may be cast in the election of directors of such Person at any meeting of stockholders of such Person if all securities entitled to vote in the election of directors of such Person (on a fully diluted basis, assuming the exercise, conversion or exchange of all rights, warrants, options and securities exercisable for, exchangeable for or convertible into, such voting securities) were present and voted at such meeting (other than votes that may be cast only upon the happening of a contingency).

  • Book voter registration form means voter registration forms contained in a

  • Outstanding Voting Stock means outstanding voting securities of the Company entitled to vote generally in the election of directors; and any specified percentage or portion of the Outstanding Voting Stock (or of other voting stock) is determined based on the combined voting power of such securities;

  • Qualification Deadline has the meaning set forth in Section 2(a)(ii).

  • Combined Voting Power means the aggregate votes entitled to be cast generally in the election of the Board of Directors, or similar managing group, of a corporation or other entity by holders of then outstanding Voting Securities of such corporation or other entity.

  • e-voting means voting using either the internet, telephone or text message; “e-voting information” has the meaning set out in rule 24.2;

  • Qualified Election means a Participant's waiver of a Qualified Joint and Survivor Annuity or a Qualified Pre-Retirement Survivor Annuity. Any such waiver must be consented to in writing by the Participant's Spouse. The Spouse's consent must: designate a specific Beneficiary (including any class of Beneficiaries or any contingent Beneficiaries, which may not be changed without spousal consent) or expressly permits designations by the Participant without any further spousal consent; acknowledge the effect of the election; and be witnessed by a member of the Committee or a Notary Public. Additionally, a Participant's waiver of the Qualified Joint and Survivor Annuity shall not be effective unless the election designates a form of benefit payment which may not be changed without spousal consent (or the Spouse expressly permits designations by the Participant without any further spousal consent). Notwithstanding this consent requirement, if the Participant establishes to the satisfaction of a member of the Committee that there is no Spouse or the Spouse cannot be located, a waiver will be deemed a Qualified Election. Any spousal consent (or deemed spousal consent) obtained under this provision will be valid only with respect to such Spouse. A consent that permits designations by the Participant without further consent by such Spouse must acknowledge that the Spouse has the right to limit consent to a specific Beneficiary and, where applicable, a specific form of benefit, and that the Spouse voluntarily elects to relinquish either or both of such rights. A revocation of a prior waiver may be made by a Participant without the consent of the Spouse at any time before the commencement of benefits. The number of revocations shall not be limited. No consent obtained under this provision shall be valid unless the Participant has received notice as provided in paragraph (b) below.

  • Qualified Securities means securities of a reporting issuer that carry the right to participate in voting on the appointment or removal of the reporting issuer’s auditor;

  • Disinterested Shareholder Approval means approval by a majority of the votes cast by all the Company’s shareholders at a duly constituted shareholders’ meeting, excluding votes attached to Common Shares beneficially owned by Insiders who are Service Providers or their Associates;