Having a little trouble wrapping my head around the distinction. I have that in a shareholders meeting, a motion is approved if it has a majority of the votes. But in the election of directors, only a plurality of votes is needed.
I guess I keep thinking about this in terms of two possible selections, in which case, the most votes would always constitute a majority.
But lets say that you have 3 options (A, B, and C) and 100 votes. Lets say that A receives 40 votes, B receives 30, and C receives 30.
So A would win if a plurality of votes is required, but would lose if a majority is required (Since B and C have 60 votes between the two).
Sorry if this is a stupid question. My brain is fried at this point and I absolutely hated Corporations.
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