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I am not aware of any way to do litigation economically. Even if you can find a lawyer who will represent you without charge (which itself is often a difficult task), there are court costs, transcript fees, and very large expenditures of emotion and time, often many years of time. In a case like this, where the majority ultimately rules when there are elections, it would be insane to undertake litigation if the majority will reelect the same people in a court-ordered election and then change the bylaws to permit them to function this way. That's why I urge that they count the votes in advance. With a true membership organization, they can probably call a special meeting and throw out the worst of them. 

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