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Time to Vote

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Time to Vote

The Time to Vote coalition, which represents more than six million workers in the U.S., is addressing voting challenges by giving employees the tools they need to exercise their right to vote.

Time to Vote Movement Gains Unprecedented Momentum Ahead of 2020 U.S. Election

More than 700 Companies Commit to Giving Employees Time to Vote

United States of America, August 27, 2020 – More than 700 companies have now joined Time to Vote, a business-led, nonpartisan coalition that aims to increase voter participation in the U.S. elections. Voter turnout in the U.S. is one of the lowest in the developed world and one of the most common reasons people give for not voting is that they are too busy with the demands of life and work. The coalition, which represents more than six million workers in the U.S.*, is addressing this challenge by giving employees the time and the tools they need to exercise their right to vote in the November general election.

The 2020 elections are anticipated to face many unique challenges. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the stakes for removing barriers to voting are higher than ever. Recent primaries have suffered from a lack of poll workers and malfunctioning voting machines, resulting in even longer wait times. Additionally, with the elections approaching in the midst of a global movement for racial equality, it has brought to the forefront how communities of color are disproportionately affected by systemic voter suppression and the role CEOs can play in helping to protect our democracy for all people…Read more

LEVICK |

Time to Vote

The Time to Vote coalition, which represents more than six million workers in the U.S., is addressing voting challenges by giving employees the tools they need to exercise their right to vote.

Time to Vote Movement Gains Unprecedented Momentum Ahead of 2020 U.S. Election

More than 700 Companies Commit to Giving Employees Time to Vote

United States of America, August 27, 2020 – More than 700 companies have now joined Time to Vote, a business-led, nonpartisan coalition that aims to increase voter participation in the U.S. elections. Voter turnout in the U.S. is one of the lowest in the developed world and one of the most common reasons people give for not voting is that they are too busy with the demands of life and work. The coalition, which represents more than six million workers in the U.S.*, is addressing this challenge by giving employees the time and the tools they need to exercise their right to vote in the November general election.

The 2020 elections are anticipated to face many unique challenges. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the stakes for removing barriers to voting are higher than ever. Recent primaries have suffered from a lack of poll workers and malfunctioning voting machines, resulting in even longer wait times. Additionally, with the elections approaching in the midst of a global movement for racial equality, it has brought to the forefront how communities of color are disproportionately affected by systemic voter suppression and the role CEOs can play in helping to protect our democracy for all people…Read more

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