Voting results for genocide-free investing shareholder proposals

2017 voting on genocide-free investing

Fidelity funds
Freedom Index 2030 (FXIFX) – no vote recorded on 4/19/2017 (originally scheduled for 10/26/2016)

2016 voting on genocide-free investing

Fidelity funds – 23.96%, to 31.92% (25.3% to 35.7% of the yes/no votes)
– Fidelity Advisor Mortgage Securities Fund — 23.96% on April 13, 2016 (25.3% of the yes/no votes)
Fidelity GNMA Fund – 29.496% on April 13, 2016 (33.4% of the yes/no votes)
Fidelity Intermediate Government Income Fund – 31.92% on April 13, 2016 (35.7% of the yes/no votes)

Voya Financial  – 6.09% (7.70% of the yes/no votes)
Corporation annual meeting6.09% on May 26, 2016 (7.70% of the yes/no votes)

2015 voting on genocide-free investing

BlackRock  – 3.04% (3.48% of the yes/no votes)
Corporation annual meeting3.04% on May 28, 2015

Fidelity funds – 13.95% to 26.11% (14.8% to 28.0% of the yes/no votes)
– Fidelity Cash Reserves Fund (FDRXX) – 26.11% on May 12, 2015 (28.0% of the yes/no votes)
Fidelity Investment Grade Bond Fund (FBNDX)– 13.95% on May 12, 2015 (14.8% of the yes/no votes)
Spartan U.S. Bond Index Fund (FBIDX)– 22.18% May 12, 2015 (23.4% of the yes/no votes)

Franklin Templeton funds – 18.97% to 25.61% (20.15% to 26.5% of the yes/not votes)
Templeton Emerging Markets Fund (EMF) – 25.61% on March 2, 2015 (26.5% of the yes/no votes)
Franklin Mutual Shares Fund (MUTHX) – 18.97% on April 7, 2015 (20.16% of the yes/no votes)
– Franklin Mutual Global Discovery Fund (TEDIX) – no vote recorded on 4/7/15
– Franklin Mutual Quest Fund (MQIFX) – no vote recorded on 4/7/15

Voya Financial  – 3.9% (4.7% of the yes/no votes)
Corporation annual meeting3.9% on May 28, 2015

2014 voting on genocide-free investing

Franklin Resources  – 5.51% (5.96% of the yes/no votes)
Corporation annual meeting5.51% on March 12, 2014

JPMorgan funds – 14.4% (preliminary results)
Municipal Money Market Fund (JMAXX) – 14.4% on June 10, 2014

2013 voting on genocide-free investing

Fidelity funds – 24.15% to 29.19% (27.9% to 32.8% of the yes/no votes)
Biotechnology Portfolio (FBIOX) – 27.47% on June 18, 2013 (32.2% of the yes/no votes)
Chemicals Portfolio (FSCHX) – 28.31% on June 18, 2013 (31.9% of the yes/no votes)
Computers Portfolio (FDCPX) – 29.19% on June 18, 2013 (32.8% of the yes/no votes)
Health Care Portfolio (FSPHX) – 28.31% on June 18, 2013 (32.6% of the yes/no votes)
Real Estate Investment Portfolio (FRESX) – 24.36% on June 18, 2013 (27.6% of the yes/no votes)
Telecom and Utilities (FIUIX) – 24.15% on June 18, 2013 (27.9% of the yes/no votes)

Franklin Resources  – 8.67% (9.36% of the yes/no votes)
Corporation annual meeting8.67% on March 13, 2013

Franklin Templeton funds – 17.2% to 19.9%
– Templeton Emerging Markets (EMF) – 19.94% on March 1, 2013 (20.35% of the yes/no votes)
Templeton Global Income (GIM) – 17.19% on March 1, 2013 (18.0% of the yes/no votes)

JPMorgan Chase – 8.06% (9.55% of the yes/no votes)
Corporation annual meeting 8.06% on May 21, 2013

2012 voting on genocide-free investing

Artisan Funds  – 11.32%
– Artisan International (ARTIX) – 11.32% on November 13, 2012

ING funds – 59.8%
–  Emerging Countries59.8% on June 28, 2012 with 10.7% against and 29.5% abstain (84.9% of the yes/no votes)

JPMorgan Chase – 9.14% (10.74% of the yes/no votes)
Corporation annual meeting 9.14% on May 15, 2012

2011 voting on genocide-free investing

JPMorgan Chase – 7.69% (9.33% of the yes/no votes)
Corporation annual meeting 7.69% on May 17, 2011

2009 voting on genocide-free investing

American Funds – 8.5% to 11.7%
– AMCAP – 10.3% on November 24, 2009
– American Balanced – 9.7% on November 24, 2009
– American Mutual – 10.8% on November 24, 2009
– Capital Income Builder – 11.7% on November 24, 2009
(vs. a preliminary result of 11.8%)
– Capital World Growth and Income – 11.2% on November 24, 2009
– EuroPacific Growth – 11.3% on November 24, 2009
– Fundamental Investors – 11.0% on November 24, 2009
– Money Market – 8.5% on November 24, 2009
– New Perspective – 10.3% on November 24, 2009
– New World – 9.6% on November 24, 2009
– The Bond Fund of America – 10.4% on November 24, 2009
– The Growth Fund of America – 10.9% on November 24, 2009
– The Income Fund of America – 11.7% on November 24, 2009
– The Investment Company of America – 10.3% on November 24, 2009
– US Government Securities – 9.7% on November 24, 2009
– Washington Mutual Investors – 10.2% on November 24, 2009

Putnam funds – 20.4% to 24.1%
– Asset Allocation: Growth – 24.1% on November 19, 2009
– Voyager (PVOYX) – 20.4% on November 19, 2009

Fidelity funds – 16.6% to 23.4%
– Asset Manager 50% – 20.836% on July 15, 2009
– Asset Manager 70% – 22.806% on July 15, 2009
– Cash Reserves – 19.021% on July 15, 2009
– Freedom 2010 – 21.757% on August 14, 2009
– Freedom 2020 – 23.359% on August 14, 2009
– Investment Grade Bond – 16.669%on July 15, 2009
In addition, the following funds had opportunities to vote:
– Freedom 2025 – no vote recorded on 7/15 and 8/14/2009
– Freedom 2030 – no vote recorded on 7/15 and 8/14/2009
– Freedom 2040 – no vote recorded on 7/15 and 8/14/2009
– Freedom 2045 – no vote recorded on 7/15 and 8/14/2009
– Freedom 2050 – no vote recorded on 7/15 and 8/14/2009
– Intermediate Bond (FTHRX) – no vote recorded on 7/15 and 8/14/2009
– US Government Reserves (FGRXX) – no vote recorded on 7/15 and 8/14/2009

Vanguard funds – 7.0% to 17.3%
– 500 Index – 9.5% on July 2, 2009
– Emerging Markets Stock Index – 7.1% on July 2, 2009
– Energy Index – 7.0% on July 2, 2009
– Equity Income – 13.4% on July 2, 2009
– European Stock Index – 9.7% on July 2, 2009
– Explorer – 10.9% on July 2, 2009
– Extended Market Index – 9.7% on July 2, 2009
– Health Care – 14.1% on July 2, 2009
– LifeStrategy Moderate Growth – 13.8% on July 2, 2009
– Pacific Stock Index – 8.7% on July 2, 2009
– Precious Metals and Mining – 13.9% on July 2, 2009
– Prime Money Market – 12.2% on July 2, 2009
– PRIMECAP – 8.3% on July 2, 2009
– PRIMECAP Core – 14.0% on 7/2/2009
– REIT Index – 12.3% on July 2, 2009
– Short-Term Treasury – 10.1% on July 2, 2009
– Small-Cap Growth Index – 11.3% on July 2, 2009
– STAR – 17.3% on July 2, 2009 (vs. a preliminary result of 16.9%)
– Tax-Exempt Money Market – 13.0% on July 2, 2009
– Total International Stock Index – 8.3% on July 2, 2009
– Total Stock Market Index – 8.5% on July 2, 2009
– Value Index – 8.4% on July 2, 2009
– Windsor – 9.7% on July 2, 2009

In addition, the following funds had opportunities to vote:
– Global Equity – no vote recorded on 7/2/2009
– Growth Index – no vote recorded on 7/2/2009
– Intermediate-Term Tax-Exempt – no vote recorded on 7/2/2009
– International Growth – no vote recorded on 7/2/2009
– Mid-Cap Index – no vote recorded on 7/2/2009
– Short-Term Bond Index – no vote recorded on 7/2/2009
– Total Bond Market Index – no vote recorded on 7/2/2009

TIAA-CREF shareholder proposals on genocide-free investing
As a result of major commitments from TIAA-CREF, on concrete action and ongoing policy, Investors Against Genocide withdrew its shareholder proposal from the proxy ballot for TIAA-CREF’s July 2009 shareholders’ meeting.  Click here to read about the March 26, 2009, success with TIAA-CREF which applies to all funds and accounts at TIAA-CREF, not just those for which the proposal had been pending.
– CREF Bond Market – withdrawn on March 26, 2009
– CREF Equity Index – withdrawn on March 26, 2009
– CREF Global Equities – withdrawn on March 26, 2009
– CREF Growth – withdrawn on March 26, 2009
– CREF Social Choice – withdrawn on March 26, 2009
– CREF Stock – withdrawn on March 26, 2009
– TIAA Real Estate – withdrawn on March 26, 2009
– TIAA Traditional – withdrawn on March 26, 2009

2008 voting on genocide-free investing

Fidelity funds – 19.50% to 31.44% (up to 35.1% of the yes/no votes)
Blue Chip Value31.441% on May 14, 2008 (35.1% of the yes/no votes)
– Canada – 23.721%on April 16, 2008
– Capital and Income – 26.906% on March 19, 2008
Equity Income19.502% on May 14, 2008
– International Discovery – 21.306% on April 16, 2008
– Mid-Cap Stock – 25.511% on April 16, 2008
– Overseas – 22.075% on April 16, 2008
– Puritan – 27.855% on May 14, 2008
– Growth Company – 27% on June 18, 2008
– Magellan – 28% on June 18, 2008
– Real Estate Investment Portfolio – 25.666% on May 14, 2008
– Select Health Care Portfolio – 29.066% on March 19, 2008
– Utilities – 27.142% on May 14, 2008
– Value – 26.226% on May 14, 2008

In addition, the following funds had opportunities to vote:
– Blue Chip Growth – no vote recorded on 3/19, 5/14, and 6/18/2008
– Capital Appreciation – no vote recorded on 3/19, 5/14, and 6/18/2008
– Contrafund – no vote recorded on 3/19, 5/14, and 6/18/2008
– Diversified International – no vote recorded on 3/19, 5/14, and 6/18/2008
– Dividend Growth – no vote recorded on 3/19, 5/14, and 6/18/2008
– Growth and Income – no vote recorded on 3/19, 5/14, and 6/18/2008
– Low Priced Stock – no vote recorded on 3/19, 5/14, and 6/18/2008