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At our sportsmans club we just had our reelections and nobody wants to take the vice presidenSpot. We have one board member we have not asked but if he declines what do we do? The resolution could not be found in roberts rules of order.

Dear Melissa,

If you cannot get someone to fill this office then it remains vacant. The members need to understand that this could put the club in a precarious situation if the President resigns. However, if no one wants to serve as VP take a good look at why they don't want to serve. Could there be too many duties with this office? If so, I suggest making changes so that members will want to serve.

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Question submitted by Melissa on Jan 4, 2014