Elgin City chairman Graham Tatters confirmed the Black and Whites backed the SPFL’s resolution on ending the Championship, League 1 and League 2 season.
City were among 16 clubs from the third and fourth tiers who backed the proposal, which was one more than was required in order for the motion to pass.
Three clubs from the bottom two divisions voted against, with one vote still to be received by the league governing body.
It remains unclear whether the motion will pass, with only seven of the required eight supporting votes in the Championship having been received.
Although two second-tier clubs have rejected the proposal, a further club has yet to make its stance clear to the SPFL board.
Although Elgin are third in League 2 at present, and on course to finish in the play-offs should the season be played to a finish, Tatters says a desire to press ahead with a solution was behind the supporting vote from Borough Briggs.
Tatters said: “We voted for it. Once they decided there was no way forward in the play-offs, we looked at it from the point of view that we wanted to get something done so we can start preparing for next season.
“We were hoping it would go to the play-offs, because we were playing very well at the time. We were one of the form teams.
“In the end we just felt that somewhere along the line we had to make a decision because we cannot move at the moment.
“Being third in the league, and getting the league sorted out so we can all progress, was one way of dealing with it.”
Calling an end to the season would allow the early distribution of prize money for clubs, however Tatters insists that was not City’s prime motivation for supporting the motion.
Tatters highlighted player contracts as an example of why he supported the campaign being ended.
He added: “We are going to get the money anyway, so that was irrelevant in the great scheme of things.
“The Rangers resolution failed at the first hurdle, I think that was down to the legal aspect.
“One of the main things was to get it all sorted out so we can start progressing.
“At the moment, we don’t know where we stand with players’ contracts.
“A lot of players are going to be out of contract in June, and no club in their right mind is going to start signing people without knowing what’s going to happen.
“It’s going to be a nightmare for any players released in June. It’s OK if you are in furlough can sign another contract, but if you haven’t you will be in the deep muck.
“I can’t see many clubs wanting to sign players until they find out what’s going to happen.”
Tatters has been part of numerous meetings between League 2 clubs in recent weeks, and he says the concept of league reconstruction has been high on the agenda further up the league setup.
He added: “A lot of people wanted the whole question to be tied in with reconstruction, but the SPFL said they wouldn’t do that. They wanted to separate reconstruction from what is going on at the moment.
“We have started a League 2 chatroom on WhatsApp.
“There has been no animosity or aggravation in our league. When we have had our meetings it has all been amicable.
“We are not at the top end of the food chain though. We have a say in it all, the vote still counts, but the League 2 clubs aren’t really going to change the world.”