Some people are considered special members without having voting rights.
"We need a voting rights act for members of Congress!"
Of the 33 residents at the time, 27 had voting rights.
This must include common voting rights at local, national and European levels.
Three of the Directors are high school students and have full voting rights.
And you have no voting rights, except at the parent company level.
Their campaign for women's voting rights later were granted in 1916.
As in they go to meetings, with no voting rights.
Tennessee became the focus of national attention during the campaign for women's voting rights.
The mayor has voting rights just like the other council members.
The Ford family controls 40 percent of the voting power at the company.
The students have no voting power but give insight to student affairs.
Thus the current owners would retain 96 percent of the voting power.
"And we still only have the voting power of a small town," he added.
The voting power of each club is proportional to its size.
But together, the two trusts have 68 percent of the voting power in the company.
The others are not directly involved in the company except through their voting power as shareholders.
They did not have equal voting power and some had no vote at all.
The holding would give him more than 70 percent of the company's voting power.
The class B shares represent 93 percent of the voting power.