(1) Any duly registered adult member regardless of residence shall be entitled to vote on the adoption of a constitution and bylaws.
(2) Duly registered adult nonresident members and ill or physically disabled registered adult resident members may vote by absentee ballot (see § 81.19).
(b) If the group is composed of the adult Indian residents of a reservation:
(1) Any adult duly registered member physically residing on the reservation shall be entitled to vote.
(2) Absentee voting shall be permitted only for duly registered residents temporarily absent from the reservation, ill, or physically disabled.
(c) If the group is a tribe, or tribes, without a reservation as defined in this part, any duly registered member shall be entitled to vote on the adoption of a constitution and bylaws by either arriving at a polling place or by requesting, properly completing, and timely casting an absentee ballot as determined by the election board pursuant to the relevant Federal Statute; provided, that outside of Alaska and Oklahoma, a reservation shall be established for the tribe before it becomes entitled to vote on the adoption of a constitution.