Is one vote per condominium legal voting mechanism?

Q: Our condominium association assigns one vote per condominium unit, regardless of the number of owners or the number of occupants. If the owners of a single unit disagree, and the unit is only permitted to cast one vote, is this not disenfranchisement in violation of the US Constitution?   Read the Q&A…………………


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