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“For The People Act” Over 70 Companies Sign Letter Of Support

Over 70 ‘woke’ companies signed on to a letter Monday in support of the For the People Act, a voting bill proposed by Democrats seeking to reform large parts of the electoral process.

The letter called on the Senate to pass the voting bill, calling it “one of the most significant pieces of legislation to strengthen our democracy since the Civil Rights era” and condemning recent Republican voting legislation, The Hill reports.

The letter was backed by a number of advocacy groups such as and Michelle Obama’s When We All Vote

“More than 360 bills in 47 states have been introduced to put up barriers to silence our fellow Americans’ voices, especially the voices of Black, Brown, young, disabled, and working class voters,” the letter said. “The For the People Act would override many of the abusive state laws that make it harder for millions to cast their ballots, and set national standards for free and fair elections.”

“We applaud the House for passing the For the People Act, and urge the Senate to follow suit and do its part to protect our democracy,” the letter continued.

The businesses backing the letter included Ben & Jerry’s, Bad Robot Productions, Tumblr, and The National Hockey League. The companies argued they had a responsibility to advocate for the rights of their employees by urging passage of the bill.

“We call upon our colleagues in corporate America to join us in taking a nonpartisan stand for a democracy that is inclusive of all Americans, and we stand united with the American people to re-imagine democracy for all,” the letter said. “Together, we can ensure our employees and communities can safely and freely cast their ballots so every voice is heard and our elections reflect the will of the people.”

This bill, if enacted, would eliminate voter identification requirements, require states to implement automatic voter registration, expand mail-in voting, and loosen rules around third-party handling of ballots, among other provisions.

Businesses have previously come out against Republican voting legislation, with the passage of Georgia’s voting laws attracting backlash from woke corporations and celebrities and prompting Major League Baseball to relocate its All-Star Game away from Atlanta.

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The complete list of companies who signed this letter are:

  • &pizza
  • Adasina Social Capital Company
  • Amalgamated Bank
  • Ashby & Graff Real Estate
  • ATTN
  • Avocado Green Brands
  • Bad Robot Productions
  • Ben & Jerry’s
  • Black Economic Alliance
  • Blue Ridge Produce
  • C. Wolfe Software Engineering
  • Capricorn Investment Group
  • Centercorp Retail Properties
  • Chance Art Company
  • Clare V.
  • ClassPass
  • Climate First Bank
  • Climate Positive Consulting
  • coasap
  • Collaborative Solutions
  • Countable
  • Eighty2degrees Design Studio
  • Evergreen Sustainability, LLC
  • Flixbus
  • Florida for Good, LLC
  • FundX Investment Group
  • Funsize, Corp.
  • Greater Good Strategy Company
  • Gryphon Solutions, LLC
  • HigherRing
  • ICM
  • JLFG Communications
  • Justworks
  • Kangaroo Coffee
  • Legacy Vacation Resorts
  • Lime
  • LimeRed Company
  • Lingraphica
  • Manale Realty
  • Mediocre Creative
  • MeetUp
  • Monkeypaw Productions
  • Montanya Distillers
  • Morris Recruiting and Consulting Company
  • Namu Baru Inc.
  • Narrative Food
  • National Council of Negro Women
  • National Hockey League
  • Natural Investments Company
  • New Leaf BioFuel
  • NJ Sustainable Business Council
  • Our Place
  • Ovonni Ventures
  • Patagonia
  • Public Good
  • Regenerative Rising
  • Richer Poorer
  • Ripley Rader
  • Rosebud Agency
  • Salt Palm Development
  • Shockwave Medical Inc.
  • Signet Strategic Wealth Management
  • Social Goods
  • SunnySide Social Media, LLC
  • Symphony Advantage Inc.
  • The Atlanta Dream (WNBA)
  • The Capital Good Fund
  • The Skimm
  • Tierra Vista
  • Tony’s Chocolonely
  • Transcend, The Fearless Company
  • Transformative Wealth Management, LLC
  • Trillium Asset Management
  • Tumblr
  • Upworthy
  • Venner Consulting
  • Vulintus, Inc.
  • Walk Your Talk Productions
  • Workforce & Organizational Research Center
  • Youth To The People
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2 Replies to ““For The People Act” Over 70 Companies Sign Letter Of Support”

  1. Well I didn’t know or use any of those companies so I won’t worry to much what they sign. If they want to rules by communism move to China.

  2. None of these companies representatives read this bill, they have no clue what they are supporting, just lemmings running over the cliff.

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