@howdy1 - Not quite right I don't believe.  The entity who the short-seller borrowed the stock from is short - no voting priviledge.  The entity who bought the stock from the short-seller is long - voting priviledge.  Still one share - one vote.

But ok - UUU has 957M shares outstanding and ARMZ's 51% are ineligible leaving 469M voting shares.  If for some reason there are 750M votes cast - then there is something fishy going on.