REPORT: Three Big Business Brands Push to Increase Voter Turnout in November

SEPTEMBER 23, 2018

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President Trump came to office boasting of his business bona fides and suggesting that companies and chief executives would welcome his market-friendly policies.

Some of that has come to pass. The stock markets are booming, and big business cheered last year’s tax overhaul, which favored the wealthy and corporations. But throughout Mr. Trump’s administration, big companies have routinely been drawn into open conflict with him.

The article goes on to state the following:

Chief executives have spoken out against his immigration policies, protested his decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement and quit his business councils after his response to last year’s violence in Charlottesville, Va.

The article from the Times goes on to list three companies who are now forming a “coalition” to do that part to increase voter turnout.  Three of the major companies listed are: Walmart, Patagonia and Lyft.

The Times writes that the participating companies all insist that the effort, called Time to Vote, is nonpartisan. They say they are concerned with persistently low voter turnout rates, and want their employees and customers to get to the polls on Nov. 6.

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