Amendment 10-A Vote Chart

July 10, 2011

97 Yes  /  4 Ties, 70 No, 2 Not Reporting

The amendment is approved.

Presbyteries changing compared to 08-B: 23 in favor, 4 opposed
Net gain: 19, out of a required 9
Counted presbyters voting yes:  10749 (55%) / voting no: 8957
(not including 6 presbyteries approving strongly without a recorded tally, 7 disapproving)
Presbytery votes needed to approve Amendment 10-A: 87


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