Our nation’s businesses
are uniquely positioned (and legally allowed)
Here are three areas where you can make the most impact:
· Voter Registration
· Absentee Ballots
· Get-Out-The-Vote Drives
1. You can get advice, assistance, and materials from the Prosperity Project and others, but not from candidates or their agents.
use unlimited company resources to prepare and distribute Prosperity Project
materials or communications you design, but don’t distribute materials
provided by any candidate, party or their agents.
3. You can ask your executives, managers, and shareholders to make contributions directly to your chosen candidate, but don’t ever handle the money (except through your PAC).
4. You can say almost anything to your executives, managers, and shareholders, even ask them to vote for your chosen candidate, but don’t ever advocate the election or defeat of a candidate to other employees.
The Prosperity Project provides tools that help companies talk to employees about a vitally important subject: the policies and political leaders that impact their business and industry.
Employees say their employers are a highly credible source of this information. Many employees own stock—and want to know more. And businesses are tired of wasting money on political efforts that just don’t work.
Business talks to its employees every day. It costs little to ensure that the vast American workforce is well informed about key issues and candidates, and encouraged to vote. That’s why, since its start in 1999, The Prosperity Project has been enthusiastically supported by employers and employees alike.