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That depends upon the bylaws of your HOA. If each lot gets to vote once for (for example) five directors, you cannot cast 5 votes for one director unless your bylaws allows it.
The Bylaws say "the members or their proxies may cast, in respect to each vacancy, as many votes as they are entitled to exercise under the provisions of the Articles of Incorparation and Restrictions. The persons receiving the largest number of votes shall be elected. The Restrictions say " members...shall be entitled to one vote for each lot owned."
That makes it sound as though the votes may be cumulated
However, it depends - if you are entitled to cast votes for a certain number of directors then that would be the number of votes a homeowner could cast for one director.
We have five Director vacancies. Thanks for your answer. I have a different question on the same subject.
In a Homeowner's Association election of Directors in Texas, can an Special Election Judge restrict voters from cumulating their vote on a single Director?