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Re: Proxy Voting

The following message was sent by me to everyone but it did not go to AHS.
If someone is interested and is a member of the AHS robin, you may copy and
send this to the AHS robin.  I am not a member because I was suspended at
one time and chose not to rejoin because I felt there was an underlying
reason for my suspension.  Please delete this paragraph before sending this
to the AHS robin if you chose to do so.

Beth Arnold

I am in agreement with the following message.  Proxy voting should be left
to large publicly held companies, not the AHS.

I also believe that policy should be made far enough in advance that the
society is notified of voting on new policy issues.  There are always
questions that come to mind after the fact.  Only time enough to ponder
those issues to be changed can bring about  questions that may need to be
addressed before voting.

Beth Arnold
Peoria Illinois  Zone 5

-----Original Message-----
From: LjatsoH@aol.com <LjatsoH@aol.com>

><< In the past, to the best of my knowledge, we have talked about mail
> ballots, which is a system that is a far cry from proxy voting.  Proxy
> voting means you give someone else the right to vote for you and to the
> best of my memory, I have not heard of a mutual interest group having
> voting done on that basis. >>

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