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GM Schedules Annual Stockholders’ Meeting for June 5


DETROIT – General Motors Corp. (NYSE: GM) today filed its annual proxy statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

The proxy statement includes information about GM’s annual meeting of stockholders, to be held June 5 in Wilmington, Del., the election of directors to GM’s Board of Directors, the ratification of the selection of independent public accountants for the next year, two management proposals concerning incentive compensation and 10 stockholder proposals.

Thirteen candidates will stand for election to the board of directors at GM’s annual meeting, including two new board-nominated candidates: Erroll B. Davis, Jr., chancellor of the University System of Georgia, and Kathryn V. Marinello, president and chief executive officer of Ceridian Corporation.

Davis is a former chairman and chief executive officer of Alliant Energy Corp. and has held corporate finance positions at Xerox Corporation and Ford Motor Company. He serves on the boards of BP plc, PPG Industries, Inc. and Union Pacific Corporation.

Before her appointment at Ceridian, Marinello was president and chief executive officer of GE Fleet Services. She also serves on the board of directors of the Greater Twin Cities United Way and the Minnesota Business Partnership.

The proxy materials and 2006 annual report will be mailed to stockholders and are available online at


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