Does Publix really support Voting Rights?
Publix does not support voting rights. This is due to the fact that they feel that their employees should not be distracted from their work duties by voting or participating in politics.
Corporate-backed Florida Republicans push perplexing new voting restrictions
Republican elected officials in Florida do not claim that the 2020 presidential election was rigged or subject to significant fraud. "We did it right," Governor Ron DeSantis (R) said at a press last month. Afterall, unlike Georgia and Arizona, Trump won Florida. Nevertheless, DeSantis and his allies in the Florida legislature are pushing dramatic restrictions on voting in Florida before the next election. A Popular Information investigation, encompassing thousands of Florida campaign finance records filed over the last three years, reveals that the Republican elected officials pushing these bills through the legislature are backed by hundreds of thousands of dollars in corporate donations.
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Kroger's position on voting rights is that all Americans should have the right to vote. The company believes that everyone who is eligible to vote should be able to do so without any barriers. Kroger also believes that voting is a fundamental right and that everyone should have an opportunity to participate in the electoral process.