Does Kum & Go really support Voting Rights?
Kum & Go has a poor position on voting rights. The company does not believe that people who are not 18 years old should be able to vote. This is a poor position because it denies people a fundamental right that is granted to them by the Constitution.
GM said it was a champion for voting rights, sent 125K to GOP group pushing voter suppression
On April 6, General Motors CEO Mary Barra wrote on LinkedIn that the "right to vote in a fair, free, and equitable manner is the most precious element of #democracy." Barra then expounded at length on GM's "support of voter rights."
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Kum & Go's New Initiative Encourages Associates to Vote
Employees will have two hours of paid voting time plus free in-store meals on Election Day.
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