There were no "votes." As we read through the Acts of the Council, they talked and talked until resolution was unanimously made. On dogmatic matters, we read "All exclaimed, this is the Faith of the Apostles...etc." It was simply a recognition of what was already the Faith and dogma of the Church. It was not considered resolved until "all exclaimed." Even in pragmatic matters, for example, in the 4th Ecumenical Council with regard to the deposition of a bishop, we have all sides making their cases. They did not have unanimous resolution in the 11th session so they still needed to delve further into the canonical tradition and the facts of the case. Finally, through extensive discussion, we read at the end of the 12th session: "All exclaimed: 'This is a just judgment...the two were installed contrary to the canons. Let the provision of the canon regarding them prevail. The the archbishops' proposal prevail."