The Business Case for Election Integrity
Leadership Now CEO Daniella Ballou-Aares outlines the Business Statement on the Election.
The fate of American democracy hinges on preserving the legitimacy of November’s election. As CEO of The Leadership Now Project, a membership organization of business leaders committed to protecting democracy, I know business leaders play a vital role in restoring faith in the upcoming election. A few weeks ago, amid the emerging risks in the upcoming election, we saw the need for business voices to join experts and election officials of both parties who were already speaking out.
Americans agree: According to a recent poll, 3 in 4 Americans say that large companies have a role in preserving and protecting democracy. Last week we launched our statement, “America Has Held Successful Elections Amid Crises Before. We Can and Must Do So Again,” which compels business leaders to support a legitimate election and use their voices and influence to call for civility as we count every vote.
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Sign and Share our Business Statement on the ElectionAs business leaders, we know firsthand that the health of America’s economy and markets rests on the founding principle of our Business Statement on Elections
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