they may register to vote by proxy
In turn they are funders by proxy , having been delegated by the Arts Council to allocate lottery funding for film in Northern Ireland.
The law passed by the New York legislature required soldiers to vote by proxy - that is, to mail their ballots home rather than cast them at polls in the field.
the use of a US wealth measure as a proxy for the true worldwide measure
You may also vote by proxy , radio or satellite phone, special ballot or during the mobile poll.
For any such deal to be agreed, however, there has to be a majority above 75 per cent of the value of the creditors either attending the meeting or voting by proxy .
To win the day, Woollard must secure the support of 75% of the members who vote in person or by proxy .
Unfortunately, fairly or unfairly, the way this has been done has created the impression in some minds that the President is running for a fourth term by proxy .
‘EVA is really a proxy for the discounted value of the future cash flow,’ he explains.
The voting was 85, 945 in favour and 125, 870 against, with most of the votes being cast by proxy .