Why Companies Should Be Engaged In This Year’s Elections

This year’s midterm elections are just as critical as a presidential election with much at stake — the economy, post-pandemic recovery, advocacy on gun control, women’s rights, to name a few issues.

Natalie Tran, co-founder of the Civic Alliance, a nonprofit engaging businesses in the voting process, wants Americans to show up to vote. That’s why she’s liaising with private companies to increase engagement and make it easy for working Americans to take out the time to participate in their civic duty.

“Typically, we see voter enthusiasm skyrocket in presidential years and then decrease in midterm years. We want presidential election energy this year and every

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