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2342 Voting Methods

Voting will normally be by show of hands on all matters coming before the Wilkes County Board of Education for action. The minutes will reflect the vote of each member voting and the abstention of any member present but not voting, unless the vote was unanimous.
A member must vote on all issues unless there is a conflict of interest which will be so stated before the vote is taken and the reason recorded in the minutes.
No secret ballots are permitted. If the Board of Education decides, by majority vote, to vote by written ballot, each member must sign his or her ballot. The ballots must be available for public inspection in the superintendent’s office immediately following the meeting and until the minutes are approved, at which time they may be destroyed.
Legal References: G.S. 143-318.13
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Adopted: January 9, 2006