Vote determines election when term lengths differ

Q. A board member in the first year of a two-year term resigned a few months before the annual meeting. That vacancy will be filled at the annual meeting, during which two other board positions (each with a two-year term) will be filled. There are four candidates for the three positions. How do we determine who will be elected to the two-year terms, and who will be elected to the one-year term?    Read the Q&A………….


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