Opinion: Business leaders must protect voters and the voting process — especially after this heated presidential election
Leadership Now Business for Fair Election Statement featured in MarketWatch
After this heated presidential election, many U.S. business leaders are asking themselves if they can play a significant role in helping to maintain a healthy, functioning democracy, both in the days ahead particularly in the case of a contested election result, and in future elections. The answer, according to most Americans, is yes.
Since 2015, JUST Capital has surveyed more than 110,000 Americans on what they believe U.S. companies should prioritize most when it comes to just business behavior. It’s important to note that over the last several years, there’s been a significant increase in Americans’ expectations for business leaders also to be societal leaders. In other words, people are looking to business leaders to take a stand on major social issues, including investing in the broader health of our democracy.
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Utilize and share the 5 Actions Guide for Business to Support a Successful 2020 ElectionWith partners including Twitter and the Philadelphia Eagles, business leaders are joining us in taking these 5 actions to Five Actions for a Safe and Fair Election
Promote Trust in Democracy Through Democracy for PresidentLeadership Now portfolio organization More in Common created Democracy for President , a new initiative to help communities 2020 Election
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
Election Risk Update: Number of Mail-In Ballots Rejected Is Likely To Increase This YearThe number of mail-in ballots rejected because they arrive after the receipt deadline or because they are missing a witness 2020 Election Risk Update