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Bylaw Stock With More Than One Vote Per Share

Except as otherwise provided by law, a quorum at all meetings of stockholders shall consist of the stockholders of record of a majority of the Common Stock, Class A, and the stockholders of record of a majority of the Common Stock, Class B, in person or by proxy.

Except in the election of Directors, at which time the stockholders shall be entitled to cumulate their votes, and except as otherwise provided in the Articles of Incorporation, the Bylaws, or the laws of [state], at every meeting of the stockholders,

(a) the stockholders of the Common Stock, Class A, shall have, as to each matter submitted to a vote, one vote in person or proxy for each share of the Common Stock, Class A, registered in the stockholder's name on the books of the corporation (Corporation);

(b) the stockholders of the Common Stock, Class B, shall have, as to each matter submitted to a vote, one and one-half votes in person or proxy for each share of the Common Stock, Class B, registered in the stockholder's name on the books of Corporation; and

(c) if the stockholders of the Preferred Stock are entitled to vote, the stockholders of the Preferred Stock shall have, as to each matter submitted to a vote, one vote in person or proxy for each share of the Preferred Stock registered in the stockholder's name on the books of Corporation. A stockholder may vote the stockholder's own shares through a proxy appointed by a written instrument signed by the stockholder or by a duly authorized attorney-in-fact and delivered to the secretary of the meeting. No proxy shall be valid after [number] months from the date of its execution unless a longer period is expressly provided.