Are you Making It Easy for Your Employees to Vote?
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The Time to Vote coalition has grown to nearly 800 companies. The goal is to have more than 1,000 companies — from a diverse set of industries representing every state — join the movement by November 3.
A growing number of businesses and other employers are taking innovative, effective steps to ensure that the 2020 elections proceed in good order — and that their employees have everything they need to exercise their right to vote.
Voter turnout in the US is one of the lowest in the developed world — and the need for more and better engagement of the US electorate was never more obvious as after the intensely polarizing 2016 presidential election, in which a mere 55 percent participated.
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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