As written, the NCUA's risk-based capital rule tilts the playing field toward banks.
Changes reflect $5.5 billion credit union's recent conversion to a state charter.
Final tally: 4,136 for, 13,819 against changing to a bank.
Bank conversion rejected, dissident members now polling on Facebook about possible board recall effort.
Seventy-seven percent of voting members cast ballots to remain a credit union.
Argument is over whether the $1.6 billion Technology Credit Union should be forced to share member contact information with conversion opponents.
Opinion letter from state regulators provides apparent authority for Technology Credit Union to pursue conversion to bank.
Members opposed to the proposed conversion of Technology Credit Union from a credit union to bank charter are combining their efforts.
Carlos Rodriguez said he did not join the credit union only to oppose the credit union's attempted conversion to a mutual bank charter.
Rules require credit union to email arguments to other members, with some conditions attached.