Voting Agreement Between Stockholders to Elect Directors

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									This is an agreement between the shareholders of a corporation that want to exercise
their voting control by agreeing to vote in unison. The shareholders agree that they will
vote all of the shares they own as one block for the election of directors. In order to
terminate this agreement, two-thirds of the shares covered by the agreement must vote
in favor of termination. This document can be used by the shareholders of a small
business or corporation that want to enter into a voting agreement to vote in unison for
the election of directors.
                 Voting Agreement Between Stockholders to Elect Directors

        This Voting Agreement (“Agreement”) is made on (date) between the undersigned
Stockholders of (Name of Corporation) a Corporation organized and existing under the laws of
the state of ______________, with its principal office located at (street address, city, state, zip
code), referred to herein as the Corporation.

       Whereas, the undersigned Stockholders are the owners of a total of (number) shares of
the common capital stock of the Corporation; and

      Whereas, the parties desire to combine their votes, as such Stockholders, in the election
of members of the Board of Directors of the Corporation; and

       Whereas, the parties desire to establish their mutual rights and obligations in the
premises;

       Now, therefore, for and in consideration of the mutual covenants contained in this
agreement, and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is
hereby acknowledged, the parties agree as follows:

1.      Voting
        All the aforementioned shares of stock owned by the parties, together with any additional
shares acquired in any manner by any one or more of them, shall be voted as one block in the
election of the Directors of the Corporation.

2.      Manner of Voting
        The manner in which such shares of stock shall be voted shall be determined by the vote
of the majority of the shares, as determined in a written ballot on each matter to be voted upon,
such balloting to take place in advance of the Stockholders' meeting at which an election of
Directors shall take place.

3.     Limitations on Voting
       This Agreement shall not extend to voting on other questions and matters on which
Stockholders shall have the right to vote under the Articles of Incorporation, the Bylaws, or the
laws of (name of state).

4.     Condition on Stock Certificate
       Each stock certificate now or later issued to the parties to this Agreement, their heirs,
personal representatives, successors, and assigns, shall be endorsed with the following statement:

       The right to vote the shares represented by this certificate is limited by the
       provisions of a certain Agreement among certain of the Stockholders of the
       Corporation, a copy of which is on file with the secretary of the Corporation at its
       principal office at (address).
5.      Termination of Agreement

        This Agreement may be terminated by the vote of the owners of (e.g., two-thirds) of the
shares covered by the Agreement. Any party to this Agreement may call for a vote on the
termination of this Agreement at any time.

6.      Binding Effect
        This Agreement shall be binding on the heirs, personal representatives, and assigns of the
parties to this Agreement.

        WITNESS our signatures as of the day and date first above stated.

        ________________________                            _________________________
        (Printed Name of Shareholder)                       (Printed Name of Shareholder)
        (Signature of Shareholder)                          (Signature of Shareholder)


        ________________________                            _________________________
        (Printed Name of Shareholder)                       (Printed Name of Shareholder)
        (Signature of Shareholder)                          (Signature of Shareholder)




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