Annual Meeting & Elections
Click here to view our 2020 GCU Annual Meeting Report.
Click here to view the 2019 GCU Annual Meeting Minutes.
At Guadalupe Credit Union, the health and safety of our staff and members is our top priority. Due to the measures being taken to protect individuals during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, our 72nd Annual Meeting and Election on Sunday, April 26 at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church has been cancelled.
This decision was made by your Board of Directors based on the limitations on social gatherings prescribed by the Governor of New Mexico and the New Mexico Department of Health.
GCU will be conducting a Business Meeting at our Galisteo Admin Building, Monday, April 20th at 5pm. Members must RSVP if they want to attend remotely. Number able to attend in person, including existing officials and staff, will be limited due to public health considerations. If you would like to attend, you may do so via online streaming through your computer or phone. Please contact Angelica Garcia, Executive Coordinator, at 505-216-0451, or firstname.lastname@example.org to request the online streaming login information by April 16, 2020.
The slate of candidates is equal to the number of open positions, so the candidates who have been qualified by the Nominating Committee will be elected by acclamation.
Introducing your 2020 Candidates
For the two (2) ballot positions:
- Carmen Dominguez for the Board of Directors
- Roberta Armijo for the Board of Directors
For the one (1) ballot position:
- John Block for the Supervisory Committee
Your Voice Matters
Make your voice heard! As a Guadalupe Credit Union member, you have the ability to choose your representatives. It is important to use your voting rights to elect the volunteers who will serve on the credit union Board of Directors' and Supervisory Committee, as they are the ones who will oversee the credit union and make decisions about how things are run. Every member* gets one vote and your vote counts. Make sure to be a part of the democratic process and identify what matters to you most.
*Voting Requirements: In order to be eligible to vote, you must be over the age of 18 at the date of the election, in good standing (no delinquencies, overdrafts, excluding courtesy pay, or charge-offs), AND the primary account owner. No joint owners are eligible to vote.Go to main navigation