So there are a couple of corporate governance proxy votes at tomorrow's shareholder meeting. In particular to vote for three Board of Directors (company recommends to vote yes), and to remove Elon as chairman of the Board (company recommends to vote no). Tesla has enough long term large shareholders who have been very happy with the stock price, that the company's recommendation will likely prevail. I mention this since my shares have been "enrolled" by my broker into a service by Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS, issgovernance.com) which votes on my behalf. Most of the time, I don't care and their votes generally adhere to standard corporate governance rules. However on this one, I don't agree with one of their votes. While they are voting for the company's board slate, they are also voting to remove Elon as board chairman. Elon, like most qualified company founders, IS the company. He isn't a random search firm approved corporate CEO. I don't see how removing him from the chairman position helps anything at all. So I am trying to wrest control of my shares away from ISS. I'm doing this on principle, really, since my shares very likely won't tip the vote one way or the other. But I'm annoyed that ISS isn't taking into account how Tesla is different from most companies, and also annoyed that ISS doesn't state their proxy vote positions on an easily accessible part of their website, and annoyed that they don't have a normal mechanism to change a particular vote.