Voting definition

Voting shall have a correlative meaning.
Voting a security shall include voting, granting a proxy, consenting or making a request or demand relating to corporate action (including, without limitation, a demand for a stockholder list, to call a stockholder meeting or to inspect corporate books and records) or otherwise giving an authorization (within the meaning of Section 14(a) of the Exchange Act) in respect of such security.
Voting. With respect to any voting or other rights of any Unitholder or Class of Units based on the Unit Principal Balance or denomination of the applicable Units, each Class B Unitholder shall be treated as holding Units with a Unit Principal Balance or denomination equal to the Class B Present Value Amount of the Class B Units held by such Class B Unitholder as of the applicable Record Date or date of determination.

Examples of Voting in a sentence

  • Voting Yea: Fear, Charette, Fosdick, Bock, Torigian, motion carried.

  • You can also take a print of the votes cast by clicking on “Click here to print” option on the Voting page.

  • Voting Yes: Jim Blue, Jerry Davis, Sarah Forrest, Sara Goscha, Candy Kennedy-Goergen, Kevin Nelson, Bill Reay.

  • You can also take out print of the voting done by you by clicking on “Click here to print” option on the Voting page.

  • Each Restricted Party hereby covenants not to, and shall not authorize or permit its controlled Affiliates or Representatives (acting in their capacity as such) to, take, directly or indirectly, any action during the Voting Period that would be prohibited under Section 5.3 of the Merger Agreement if such provision applied to such Persons.

More Definitions of Voting

Voting means casting an affirmative or negative vote; express abstention or non-voting shall not be counted.
Voting. We own all shares of a Mutual Fund, Portfolio, or other entity held in an Investment Account. We exercise the voting rights of such shares at all shareholder meetings on all matters requiring shareholder voting under the Investment Company Act of 1940 or other applicable laws. Our vote reflects instructions received from persons having the voting interest in the shares, as follows:
Voting shall include, in respect of a security, voting, granting a proxy, acting by consent, making a request or demand relating to corporate action (including calling a stockholder meeting) or otherwise giving an authorization (within the meaning of Section 14 (a) of the Exchange Act) in respect of such security.
Voting. If an employee lives outside of their engine company area, they should make arrangements to vote with an absentee ballot. If he/she is working on Election Day, they should have voted prior to reporting for work. Where an employee is working as a result of a callback, they shall be allowed time off to vote without loss of benefits. Sec. 2207 TRANSFERS: Transfer requests will be considered after one (1) and two
Voting includes the execution of written consents.
Voting. Any action required by law or by the Project Documents to be approved by the Owners, the Members or each class of Members shall be approved, if at all, in accordance with the procedures set forth in the Bylaws.
Voting on the Members Committee shall be by sectors. The Members Committee shall be composed of five sectors, one for Generation Owners, one for Other Suppliers, one for Transmission Owners, one for Electric Distributors, and one for End-Use Customers, provided that there are at least five Members in each Sector. Except as specified in Section 8.1.2, each Voting Member shall have one vote. Each Voting Member shall, within thirty (30) days after the Effective Date or, if later, thirty (30) days after becoming a Member, and thereafter not later than 10 days prior to the Annual Meeting of the Members for each annual period beginning with the Annual Meeting of the Members, submit to the President a sealed notice of the sector in which it is qualified to vote or, if qualified to participate in more than one sector, its rank order preference of the sectors in which it wishes to vote, and shall be assigned to its highest-ranked sector that has the minimum number of Members specified above. If a Member is assigned to a sector other than its highest-ranked sector in accordance with the preceding sentence, its higher sector preference or preferences shall be honored as soon as a higher-ranked sector has five or more Members. A Voting Member may designate as its voting sector any sector for which it or its Affiliate or Related Party Members is qualified. The sector designations of the Voting Members shall be announced by the President at the Annual Meeting.