Yes.

If you own shares (or even a fraction of a share) in a US company and you are an eligible voting shareholder, you’ll receive an invitation to have your say on any decisions currently being faced by the business.

Your vote will be relayed to the vote tabulator, and depending on the internal policy that the business follows, they’ll decide how the opinions from fractional shareholders should be accounted for (or if they should be ignored entirely).

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