Voter participation has been as low as 36 percent in recent years — too often because of life and work obligations. That’s why CEOs from companies across the country are coming together in a nonpartisan effort to make sure all of our employees have time to vote. Together, we hope to achieve greater participation in the upcoming elections.
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Time to Vote is a nonpartisan effort, led by CEOs who are interested in increasing voter participation. We represent the following companies:
The U.S. has one of the lowest voter participation rates in the developed world, as low as 36 percent in the last midterm elections. One of the most common reasons people give for not voting is that they’re too busy with the demands of work and life. To change this paradigm, a diverse coalition of companies is coming together to increase voter participation in the midterm elections.
Time to Vote is also a way to spread awareness about the steps employers can take to give employees the time they need to vote. The companies joining this campaign are committed to driving voter participation through programs such as paid time off, a no meetings workday, and resources for mail-in ballots and early voting.