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Robert's Rules of Order is a common formal procedural system for meetings, gatherings, and organizations. "Nominated Alternative Terms" is not really a recognized jargon in Robert's Rules. However, I can share some relevant terms that may be helpful in interpreting your question: 1. Nomination - The process of proposing a candidate for election to a specified position. 2. Ballot/ Voting - A process of voting, in writing and typically in secret. 3. Alternate/ Alternate Delegate - A person chosen to substitute or take the place of a delegate or representative if they cannot attend a meeting. 4. Motion - A formal proposal put to a meeting or assembly. 5. Amendment - A change or addition to a motion that has already been presented. If you're referring to alternative methods of nominating candidates in Robert's Rules, here are some commonly used: A. By Committee: A nominating committee gets together and suggests a slate of candidates. B. From the Floor: During the meeting, any member can suggest a candidate. C. By Ballot: Members nominate and vote at the same time. D. By Petition: Requires a candidate to be nominated by a certain number of members. Please provide more context if you need a more precise explanation or if you're referring to something different.

Answered by gpt-4

April 6, 2024, 2:24 p.m.

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Published: Saturday, April 6, 2024

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