Resolution one is for clubs to decide their fate based on their own division, resolution two is for National League clubs only to decide whether they want the season to continue.
Resolution three is the same for National League North and South clubs while resolution four is for all clubs across the three divisions should resolution one fail.
Resolutions one and four require a 75-per-cent majority to pass while resolutions two and three require 50-per-cent which would be 12 votes in the case of the National League.
Hartlepool United have voted for the National League season to continue in resolutions and for clubs to decide based on their division only.
Several other clubs have also confirmed their stance regarding the vote and whether they want the season to continue – here’s what they had to say…
1. Hartlepool United - voted to continue
Hartlepool have been very open regarding their stance to continue with the National League season. On Friday, February 5 they stated on their club website: "We want clubs to decide the outcome of their own divisions. We want National League Step 1 to continue."
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2. Notts County - voted to continue
The Magpies stated on February 5: "We have voted for Special Resolution 1 and against Ordinary Resolutions 2 and 4. Meaning we believe the season should continue and that clubs should decide the outcome of their own divisions."
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3. Sutton United - voting to play-on
A statement released by Sutton on February 5 said: "We wish to see the season played out to its conclusion and will be casting our vote accordingly. We will vote for the National League to decide on continuation of the season separately from the clubs in the North & South divisions."
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4. King's Lynn - voted to end season
King's Lynn owner Stephen Cleeve tweeted: "As a club we have voted for Resolution 1, 2 and 4 - personally I have no hope that clubs will vote to end the season in the National League and am working hard on a solution but the whole thing is now farcical."
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