Proxy Committee Ballot

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Proxy Committee Ballot

The ballot signed and submitted at the meeting by the Proxy Committee. It is the legal voting of shares represented by proxies assigned to the Proxy Committee and should always be completed.
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Proxy Committee Ballot

The ballot that the proxy committee of a publicly-traded company completes at the annual meeting. The proxy committee is appointed by the board of directors to vote on behalf of shareholders who have given proxy to the board. The proxy committee does not necessarily have the discretion to vote as it wishes; it must vote as the shareholders who have given it proxy intend.
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