AT&T Announces Preliminary Results of 2022 Annual Meeting

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DALLAS, May 19, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AT&T Inc.* (NYSE:T) today held its annual meeting of stockholders. At the meeting, each of the 10 nominees to the company’s board of directors were reelected for one-year terms. Each member received at least 90.5% of the shares voted. The directors are:

  • William Kennard

  • Beth Mooney

  • Scott Ford

  • Matthew Rose

  • Glenn Hutchins

  • John Stankey

  • Stephen Luczo

  • Cynthia Taylor

  • Michael McCallister

  • Luis Ubiñas

Additionally, AT&T stockholders voted to approve the appointment of Ernst & Young LLP as the company’s independent auditor (95.1% of votes cast in favor).

In an advisory vote, the compensation of AT&T’s executive officers, as described in the 2022 proxy statement, was approved with 90.4% of votes cast in favor.

Four proposals submitted by shareholders were defeated: changes to the executive compensation program (87.7% of votes cast against); independent board chairman (66.9% of votes cast against); political congruency report (55.9% of votes cast against) and civil rights and non-discrimination audit (96.0% of votes cast against).

When final voting results are available, they will be filed with the SEC and posted on the AT&T Investor Relations website and on AT&T’s proxy website.

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Fletcher Cook
AT&T Corporate Communications
Phone: (214) 912-8541

Brittany Siwald
AT&T Corporate Communications
Phone: (214) 202-6630

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