We recently elected someone to our board who was not an owner. Isn't it
the Inspector of Elections duty to verify a candidate's qualifications
before putting their name on the ballot?
Verifying a candidate's qualifications is not one
of the duties of Inspectors
However, Inspectors are given the power to hear and determine all
challenges regarding voting issues. If an owner were to challenge the
eligibility of a candidate, the Inspector could require the nominee to
produce proof of ownership.
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