Inspectors of Election

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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This vote is subject to certification by IVS Associates Inc, the independent inspectors of election, the company added.
The shareholder vote numbers and percentages announced at the meeting are considered preliminary until the final results are tabulated and certified by independent inspectors of election, said the press release.
The online voting, which will be administered by The Inspectors of Election, will be open to the public on Friday, March 1 and will close on Sunday, March 31.
(10) Inspectors of Election. The presiding officer at the Annual Meeting or at any meeting at which a member of the CalCPA Council is to be chosen or an officer elected shall appoint three inspectors, none of whom shall be an officer of CalCPA or member of the CalCPA Council or nominee as officer or member of the CalCPA Council.