WTH Is This? Over 100 Top Corporate CEOs Join First-of-its-kind Call to Denounce Voter ID Laws


By Jim Hoft

Published April 11, 2021 at 9:51pm

CEOs from several top 100 corporations joined the first-of-its-kind call this weekend to discuss how to respond to proposed changes in state voting laws.

At issue was the recent Georgia voting law signed by Governor Kemp that makes it a requirement for voters to show a photo ID to vote.

Over 70% of Americans, including black Americans, support voter ID laws.

Participants included top leaders of airlines, media, law, investment.

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Those invited include leaders of @AmericanAir, @United, @AtlantaFalcons, @LeviStraussCo, @Walmart, @ViacomCBS, @ArielInvests, @LinkedIn, @Twitter, @AMCTheatres, among others, people familiar with the meeting tell @cbsnews.

— Ed O’Keefe (@edokeefe) April 11, 2021

“The gathering was an enthusiastic voluntary statement of defiance against threats of reprisals for exercising their patriotic voices,” said @JeffSonnenfeld, a @YaleSOM management professor who helped organize the confab.

— Ed O’Keefe (@edokeefe) April 11, 2021

Every country in the world — besides the US — requires a photo ID or similar document to vote.

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