BMC Voting – Proxy & How to Vote
If you are a BMC member, vote in this year’s crucial AGM.
How to vote:
On 18thMay, you received an email from this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In that email is your unique link to vote online. Voting online takes less than 5 minutes. (You can also vote in person by turning up at the AGM).
- You can give your ‘proxy’ to the AGM chair or to a BMC member to cast at the AGM.
- You can specify ‘for’, ‘against’, ‘abstain’ or ‘discretionary’.
- If you tick discretionary, you give your proxy the authority to vote on your behalf.
- This is useful if a motion is brought on the day which isn’t on the ballot paper.
All documents are available here along with further information: BMC AGM 2018 Essentials
Want a reliable proxy?
A proxy is someone who will cast your vote without you needing to be at the AGM in person. You can give your proxy to the chair, who will cast your votes on the day. If you want to give your proxy vote to a named person, you can give it to me, if you wish. Details of my voting intentions are set out below. Enter these details into your proxy form:
Name: Emily Pitts
BMC Membership number: B522873
Address: 3, Balmoral Drive, Denton. Manchester M34 2JT
The most important resolution is Item 9 on the online portal. At Womenclimb, we believe that Option A is the best option for the future of the BMC, for equality and for representation.
More here about why Option A is for us:
How I plan to vote:
Resolutions 2-8: For
Resolution 9: Option A
Resolution 10aI: Lynn Robinson
Resolution 10aII: For
Resolution 10aIII: For
Resolution 10bI-VIII: For
Resolution 11: For
Do you have questions? Are you unsure about something? Message me below or email me: Emily email@example.com.
Founder and Editor in Chief, Womenclimb
Find out more:
Option A: Plain English Guide