According to a regulatory filing, C. Michael Armstrong, the former AT&T Corp
John Deutch, his successor on the audit committee and a Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor, got 72 percent. Two other directors, Alcoa Inc
Chief Executive Vikram Pandit won 91 percent support, while Chairman Richard Parsons, the former chief executive of Time Warner Inc
Citigroup's board has 14 members, following the replacement of five directors over the past year and installation of four new directors. The departing directors include former U.S. Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin and Sir Win Bischoff, who preceded Parsons as chairman.
The government is expected to soon become Citigroup's largest shareholder, with a potential 34 percent stake, when the New York-based bank completes a preferred stock conversion as soon as this month.
(Reporting by Jonathan Stempel, editing by Gerald E. McCormick)