It is evident that the right to vote in non-profit organizations has been judicially recognized but has received uneven protection. As a general rule, unless the right to vote is specifically restricted, every member of a non-profit organization is entitled to vote. The right to vote maybe defined in the provisions by which the organization is governed, and in that case the right to vote is restricted to those within the terms of the governing provision.
Timothy L. Nesbitt, Removal of Voting Power from Members of Non-Profit Organizations, 16 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 384 (1967)