3 ways companies can help fight Georgia’s restrictive new voting law

3 ways companies can help fight Georgia’s restrictive new voting law

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1. Do not donate

Activists said companies should immediately stop making donations to Barry Fleming and Michael Dugan, the Georgia Republicans who co-sponsored the voting changes. Doing that “doesn’t mean they have to stop giving to the entire Republican Party,” just those lawmakers, Albright said.

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2. Spread awareness

Albright noted that America’s best-known brands have vast experience persuading Americans to buy their products, whether a plane ticket from Delta or cans of paint from Home Depot. Major advertising campaigns have helped these companies individually, but ads can also help stamp out efforts nationwide to pass voting laws similar to Georgia’s, activists said.

3;. Fight for federal law

As Arizona, Florida, Texas and other states mull changes to local voting rules, the federal government is also weighing an election law overhaul known as the “For the People Act.”

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