Article 21 was first voted with a shout out voice vote and the moderator called the article PASS.
Upon objections from the audience the moderator then decided upon a standing counted vote which took 13 minutes. When the counted results were finally in and after the moderator and clerk were able to agree on the numbers then the results were announced.
90 Yay and 167 Nay.
This is a remarkable contrast. The voice vote was called PASS and when the bodies were counted it was almost 2 to 1 against.
This shows the dangers of using antiquated techniques which can be in error and may cause bad decisions to be made.
Electronic voting solves this problem with its computer based accuracy.