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What is Meeting Voting?

Many meetings use voting to evaluate group consensus and confirm decisions. Some votes are formal and binding, such as the votes on a motion during a board meeting or other meeting using parliamentary procedures. Other votes simply make it easier to see the preferences and priorities of the group, such as those cast during Dot-Voting or straw polls.

Related Glossary Terms
Consensus (Decision Making), Dot Voting, MultiVoting, Parliamentary Procedure, Vote-Discuss-Revote

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