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Capitol Federal Financial board adopts majority voting standard for uncontested director elections

CapitolFederal Financial Inc.'s board on Sept. 30 approved and adopted anamendment to the Topeka, Kan.-based company's amended and restated bylaws, whichchanges the voting standard for uncontested director elections from a pluralityvoting standard to a majority voting standard.

This means that in an uncontested election, the number ofvotes cast "for" a director nominee's election must exceed the numberof votes cast "against" such director nominee's election in order forhim or her to be elected.

The plurality voting standard in contested elections isretained.