Does Calico support Voting Rights?

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Calico is owned by Alphabet

Alphabet's score is derived from its main subsidiary, Google. Google's position on voting rights is controversial. On one hand, Google announced in late January 2021 that "after the disturbing events at the Capitol," its corporate PAC "will not be making any contributions this cycle to any member of Congress who voted against certification of the election results." It took less than a week for Google to resume political donations against their own pledge, with $4,853.29 donated to the Thoroughbred PAC, which later gave to two Republican house members who voted against certification. Within 6 months donations for tens of thousands of dollars have been flowing to at least 14 Republican members of Congress who voted to overturn the election, as well as to both the NRSC and the NRCC

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