TTI » Topics » Voting to Elect Directors.

This excerpt taken from the TTI DEF 14A filed Mar 20, 2009.
Voting to Elect Directors. When voting to elect directors, you have three options:
vote for all of the nominees;
vote for one or more of the nominees, but not all; or
withhold authority to vote for all of the nominees.

If a quorum is present at the Annual Meeting, the nine persons receiving the greatest number of votes will be elected to serve as directors. Therefore, any shares that are not voted or whose votes are withheld will not influence the outcome of the election of directors. You may not cumulate your votes for any one of the nominees.

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