Reports

In July 2022, Major Companies And Trade Groups Donated Over $731,000 To The Sedition Caucus, Bringing The Total Since The Insurrection To Over $24.9 Million.

Corporate Values and Democracy
September 1, 2022

In July 2022, Fortune 500 Companies And Corporate Trade Groups, Such As Eli Lilly, Wells Fargo, And The American Bankers Association Gave At Least $731,906 To The Members Of Congress Who Voted Against Certifying the 2020 Election Results Following the Insurrection on January 6th, 2021—A Group That Has Been Dubbed The “Sedition Caucus.”

Reports

Senator Hawley Rewarded With Corporate Contributions While Spreading Dangerous Election Conspiracies That Led to Capitol Riot

Corporate Values and Democracy
February 16, 2021

Accountable.US released a new report finding major corporations including FedEx and Wells Fargo gave Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) over $12,000 in campaign contributions as he was becoming a leading promoter of conspiratorial election fraud claims that ginned up the Trump base leading to the deadly and seditious coup attempt.

Reports

Trump Campaign Paid Business of AZ State Representative as He Worked to Undo Trump’s Election Loss in the State

Corporate Values and Democracy
February 8, 2021

New report finding the Trump campaign paid over $6,000 to a business registered to Arizona State Rep. Mark Finchem in mid-December just weeks after Finchem held an unofficial "election fraud conspiracy committee" hearing with Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani promising to use his legislative power to influence the Arizona election result.

Reports

At Least 43 Governors, Senators & Members Of Congress Have Ties To Groups That Fueled January 6th Capitol Coup Attempt

Corporate Values and Democracy
February 1, 2021

New report found that at least 43 current Governors, elected federal office holders, along with at least 15 members of President Trump’s former administration have direct ties to the right-wing and white nationalist groups that helped plan the Trump rally that preceded the Capitol coup attempt. 

Reports

Report Highlights How Delays of Health Secretary Could Impede Administration’s Ability To Fight COVID-19 Pandemic

Corporate Values and Democracy
January 28, 2021

New report outlines the harms of delaying the confirmation of Xavier Becerra, President Biden’s nominee to lead the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), including causing further delays to the vaccine distribution plan and tackling the COVID-19 pandemic.

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