Cumulative Voting

Cumulative Voting allows for minority shareholders to have more of an impact in corporate stockholder votes. It is most commonly seen in an election of the Board of Directors. Basically, each shareholder is given a certain number of votes, based on their number of shares, for each open Director’s seat. The shareholder can then put all of their votes towards one Director, or spread them out as they wish.


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