Survey Introduction

Welcome to our 2018 Proxy Voting Survey! This 10-question survey was designed to learn more about how UUCCH members and friends feel about the pros, cons, and challenges of proxy voting at Congregational Meetings. 

Should UUCCH continue to require qualified voting members to be physically present to be counted towards meeting a quorum for business and to vote at congregational meetings, in other words, to not permit proxy voting? (Choose one.)

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* 1. Should UUCCH continue to require qualified voting members to be physically present to be counted towards meeting a quorum for business and to vote at congregational meetings, in other words, to not permit proxy voting? (Choose one.)

If proxy voting were permitted, please identify for which of the following voting types UUCCH should allow proxy voting: (Choose all that apply.)

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* 2. If proxy voting were permitted, please identify for which of the following voting types UUCCH should allow proxy voting: (Choose all that apply.)

If proxy voting were permitted, should proxies be counted in determining whether a quorum of qualified voting members is present to conduct business? (Choose one.)

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* 3. If proxy voting were permitted, should proxies be counted in determining whether a quorum of qualified voting members is present to conduct business? (Choose one.)

If proxy voting were permitted, please identify which of the following conditions should UUCCH use to enable an individual to qualify as a proxy holder: (Choose all that apply.)

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* 4. If proxy voting were permitted, please identify which of the following conditions should UUCCH use to enable an individual to qualify as a proxy holder: (Choose all that apply.)

If proxy voting were permitted, please identify the maximum number of proxies that UUCCH should allow a proxy holder to use per congregational meeting: (Choose one.)

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* 5. If proxy voting were permitted, please identify the maximum number of proxies that UUCCH should allow a proxy holder to use per congregational meeting: (Choose one.)

If proxy voting were permitted, please identify the maximum number of congregational meetings that UUCCH should allow a proxy to be used: (Choose one.)

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* 6. If proxy voting were permitted, please identify the maximum number of congregational meetings that UUCCH should allow a proxy to be used: (Choose one.)

If proxy voting were permitted, should the UUCCH require qualified voting members to use a standardized UUCCH proxy form? (Choose one.)

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* 7. If proxy voting were permitted, should the UUCCH require qualified voting members to use a standardized UUCCH proxy form? (Choose one.)

If proxy voting were permitted, should the UUCCH require qualified voting members to state the reasons for their absence, such as sickness, infirmity, or conflicting family, business, or vacation commitments? (Choose one.)

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* 8. If proxy voting were permitted, should the UUCCH require qualified voting members to state the reasons for their absence, such as sickness, infirmity, or conflicting family, business, or vacation commitments? (Choose one.)

If proxy voting were permitted, should the UUCCH require the proxy to indicate that the qualified voting member has communicated or will communicate their voting preferences to their designated proxy holder before the congregational meeting or meetings covered by their proxy? (Choose one.)

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* 9. If proxy voting were permitted, should the UUCCH require the proxy to indicate that the qualified voting member has communicated or will communicate their voting preferences to their designated proxy holder before the congregational meeting or meetings covered by their proxy? (Choose one.)

Please provide any additional thoughts about proxy voting?

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* 10. Please provide any additional thoughts about proxy voting?

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