We stand for

the equal right

to vote

We stand for the equal right to vote
No matter your zip code, race, ethnicity, color, who you vote for, what language you speak, or whether you are our customers, one thing is clear: we all value the right to vote, and believe that all eligible Americans should have free, fair, and safe access to this fundamental right. 
This is why more than 160 companies of all sizes and sectors from across the country have come together to urge Congress to introduce and pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, to make fair and safe access to voting real for all. Because the freedom to vote is everyone’s business.

Excerpt from our business letter to Congress

In the 2020 election, Americans came together to work the polls, get out the vote, and cast their ballots in spite of the pandemic, achieving historic levels of voter participation. The business community is proud of our role in encouraging our employees, customers, and communities to exercise their right to vote and have a say in our government. Widespread civic engagement is essential to a stable society and robust economy. Our democracy is strongest, as Congressman Lewis knew, when we all can vote.
At the same time, the election highlighted deep inequities in how our elections are run. Despite decades of progress, impediments to exercising the right to vote persist in many states, especially for communities of color. We need federal protections to safeguard this fundamental right for all Americans.
To this end, the undersigned group of U.S. employers urges Congress to address these problems through legislation amending the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
While each of our companies is unique, we are united in the belief that every American deserves a voice in our democracy. It is our government’s role to ensure voting is accessible to all. We urge Congress to add to the legacy of Representative Lewis by passing Voting Rights Act legislation that assures that every voice is heard.
Read the full letter and list of signatories  »

Because the freedom to vote is everyone’s business.

185
Companies
4.2M
Employees
Airbnb
Amazon.com
Apple
Aspen Skiing Company
Beautycounter
Ben & Jerry’s Homemade
Best Buy
Box
Burton
Cisco
Clif Bar & Company
Cummins
DSM North America
Danone North America
DoorDash
ECOS
Edelman
Etsy
Eventbrite
Facebook
Google
H&M USA
HP
Harry’s
Hershey
Hims & Hers
IKEA
Infosys
Intel Corporation
Juniper Networks
KEEN
Levi Strauss & Co.
Lime
Lyft
Macy's
Mailchimp
Mars Incorporated
Microsoft
Mondelez International
Nestlé USA
Okta
Patagonia
PayPal
PepsiCo
Pinterest
REI Co-op
Salesforce
Sealaska
Seventh Generation
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co
Sony Music Group
Square
Starbucks
Target
Tesla
Tiffany & Co.
Trillium Asset Management
Tripadvisor
Under Armour
Unilever USA
Universal Music Group
Vail Resorts
Warby Parker
Warner Music Group
Zendesk
Zillow
Zoom