1. Voting may not be by proxy.
2. In the event that more than one eligible member is proposed in the Committee on Nominations for an office of the Association, voting on such nomination in that committee shall be by roll call, and each member of the committee shall cast one vote.
3. If a nominee for an office of the Association fails to receive a majority of votes at the General Conference, the presiding officer shall invite nominations from the floor. If nominations are received from the floor, the election will be conducted as if it were a contested office. If nominations are not received from the floor, the office will be filled by a majority vote of the newly elected Board of Directors.
4. After the report of the Nominating Committee has been received, the presiding officer shall invite nominations from the floor. If nominations are made from the floor, the elections for the contested office(s) shall be delayed until the uncontested office(s) can be voted on by the membership.
5. Voting for uncontested office(s) may be done by acclamation.
6. The candidates for the contested office(s) shall each then have five minutes to address the membership as to their qualifications for the contested office. Election of the contested office(s) shall be held by secret ballot, with the President being the officer primarily responsible for the counting of ballots.
7. The person receiving the highest number of votes for each office shall be declared duly elected.
8. Each member of the voting body shall, when actually present, be entitled to one vote on each matter acted upon by the Conference.
9. Upon demand of fifty (50) or more members, the presiding officer shall order a vote by roll call of the members.
10. In the event of a roll call of the members each member shall:
a. Be entitled to one vote, whether or not actually present.
b. Cast the number of votes to which it is entitled provided they are present