Cumulative Voting

A method of voting that benefits minority shareholders when electing directors to the board by allowing shareholders to cast all of their votes for a single board candidate when there are multiple board openings. For example, if there are five openings available on the board, a shareholder with 100 shares would have 500 votes. They could choose to cast 100 votes per nominee or cast all 500 votes for one candidate.

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