Inspectors of Election

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Inspectors of Election

In a publicly-traded company, a person or persons appointed to count ballots. They tabulate votes from shareholders who came to the annual meeting or other special meetings, as well as proxies, to determine that ballots were properly cast, and announce the results. Inspectors of election must not have a vested interest in the outcome, and they may not be overruled. See also: Inspector's or Judge's Certificate.
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Based on a preliminary tally, subject to the final certification of the voting results by the independent inspector of election, a clear majority of the outstanding shares of the company withheld their votes from management's incumbent nominees, Timothy Janszen and Ronald Maggard, at the 2019 annual meeting.
The vote is subject to certification by the Independent Inspector of Election.
DuPont announced on May 13 that, based on proxies submitted to the independent Inspector of Election for the company's annual meeting, shareholders elected all 12 DuPont board nominees.
The results of the election of directors will reportedly be official when the Inspector of Election, IVS Associates, provides the Midwest corporate secretary with a certified report of election results, which is expected on 26 June.
El Paso announced that the tabulation of votes prepared by the independent inspector of election shows shareholders voted to elect all 12 of the board of directors' nominees at its June 17 annual meeting.
According to the final voting results, which have been certified by the independent inspector of election, at J.
The Swiss Helvetia Fund Inc (NYSE:SWZ) on Monday revealed that the independent inspector of election for its annual stockholders' meeting held on 19 June 2018, First Coast Results Inc, provided preliminary voting results about the proposals presented.
Bow Street, a New York-based investment firm that beneficially owns approximately 4.5% of the outstanding shares of common stock of Mack-Cali Realty, announced that based on proxies submitted to the independent Inspector of Election for Mack-Cali's 2019 Annual Meeting of Shareholders, preliminary results indicate that Mack-Cali shareholders have elected Bow Street's nominees Alan Batkin, Frederic Cumenal, MaryAnne Gilmartin and Nori Gerardo Lietz to the Mack-Cali Board of Directors.
Connecticut Water will file the final vote results, as certified by the independent Inspector of Election, with the U.S.
IVS Associates Inc, the independent inspector of election, will tabulate and certify the election results, and final results will be announced when they are certified.
All holders of the company's outstanding common and class B common stock eligible to vote as of 21 October 2013, voted in favour of the adoption of the definitive merger agreement, based upon preliminary voting results provided by the inspector of election as of 15 November 2013.
The company said that as per the tabulation of the votes by the independent inspector of election, IVS Associates Inc, its stockholders elected the board of director's four nominees, Thomas R Burton, Arlene Putnam, Linda Silva Thompson and Richard D Suski as class III directors for three year terms expiring in 2016, while two others who were nominated by one of its stockholders, received votes but were not elected.

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