This is also called the "dark horse" rule, because of the following statement from Robert's Rules of Order
Newly Revised (10th edition): "The nominee receiving the lowest number of votes is never removed from the next ballot unless the bylaws so require, or unless he withdraws--which, in the absence of such a bylaw, he is not obligated to do.
The newly revised Robert's Rules of Order
(10th edition) is now available.
Contrary to common perception, parliamentary procedure is not synonymous with the book Robert's Rules of Order
Newly Revised (9th edition, 1990).
Wouldn't it be great if we could all agree on everything all the time so that we didn't have to resort to Robert's Rules of Order
, which few seem to understand and fewer like.
Once gathered around the war memorial behind City Hall, the formalities of the general assembly, including the mix of hand signals, audience polling, and back-and-forth questions and answers - sort of an edgy twist on Robert's Rules of Order
Motions charts can be found in Robert's Rules of Order
Newly Revised, 1990 edition, and in Goers' Guide to Parliamentary Procedure, Pinkerton Publishing, P.
She probably could have sat in the West Wing and read from Robert's Rules of Order
The manual most often named is Robert's Rules of Order
Holstrom had contacted him for clarification, "and I responded, based on my understanding of Robert's Rules of Order
If implemented correctly, the following principles based on Robert's Rules of Order
Newly Revised, 1990 edition, should significantly increase the productivity of your meetings.
Clearly, Severin wasn't one of the highest paid shock jocks in Boston due to his daily recitation of Robert's Rules of order