Balloting for Board of Directors February 24-March 17
January 17, 2020
Five candidates are running for the four seats up for election on the Board of Directors.
Balloting has begun at all branches of Aloha Pacific FCU and its Divisions. All balloting will be though iPads and administered by CU Ballot, which is providing secure and independent voting services. Please see branch staff for assistance.
In order to vote, you must:
- Be at least 18 years old
- Be a primary member in good standing, with a minimum of $5 in a savings account and no delinquent loans
- Have joined APFCU by February 14
You may vote for up to 4 candidates.
You must vote at a branch -- home computers and personal mobile devices are not part of the balloting system.
Balloting will continue through 3 p.m. Tuesday, March 17. It will resume from 4 to 5 p.m. March 17 at the Annual Meeting at McKinley High School’s cafeteria for those who had not voted at a branch. For details about the Annual Meeting, click here.
The five candidates, listed alphabetically by surname, are:
- Allan Fujimoto
- Stanley Inamasu
- Gary Iwai
- Robert Morita
- Karen Shishido
They answered the following questions:
Q1: If elected, what assets (i.e. skills, expertise, etc.) would you bring to the Board of Directors, and how would these benefit the credit union and its members?
Q2: If elected, what would be your primary focus for the year as a member of the Board?
Click here for their responses.