Demand corporations take a REAL stand against voter suppression

Target: CEO's and boards of AT&T, Coca-Cola, Delta, Walmart and other major US corporations

Georgia Republicans have enacted America’s most restrictive, racist voter suppression law since Jim Crow — even criminalizing giving water to voters in long lines. And the GOP is just getting started, pushing similar laws in dozens of other states.

Hundreds of corporations and executives have signed onto an open letter opposing discriminatory legislation. But many — including AT&T, Coca-Cola, Delta Airlines, and Walmart — refused to take a stand for democracy, and their silence is deafening. Worse, even as they say they don’t want to play politics, these corporations continue to contribute to the politicians who support the racist voter suppression bills.

This is unacceptable. Join Black Voters Matter in calling on America’s corporations to immediately divest from ALL politicians who support voter suppression policies and to support Senate passage of the For The People Act of 2021 and John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.

The For The People Act is a sweeping upgrade of election accessibility, transparency, and security that would immediately nullify all of these repressive laws. And the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act restores the Voting Rights Act of 1965, gutted by the far right Supreme Court in 2013.

It’s time for corporate America to say clearly that democracy is good for business and to put their money where their mouths are.

Sign here to demand corporations immediately stop contributions to supporters of voter suppression and use their power to help pass the For The People Act and John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act!