A review from government watchdog Accountable.US found that corporate PACs donated at least $65M to election deniers running for Congress and the U.S. Senate – both incumbent and non-incumbent candidates identified by The Washington Post who have continued to spread the Big Lie.
Watchdog: Corporate Interests Awarded Election Deniers With $30M In Donations Since The Insurrection
Today, Accountable.US, a nonpartisan investigative research organization, released its updated analysis of corporate contributions to those in Congress who voted against certifying the 2020 election in the immediate aftermath of the insurrection on January 6th.
Major corporations that have spent millions of dollars on Twitter ads have been M.I.A. in the days following Elon Musk’s takeover of the platform.
Accountable.US, the watchdog group behind the American Democracy Scorecard project that found 66 percent of Fortune 100 companies are failing to do their part to preserve democracy, challenged all corporations that claim to support democracy...
Ahead of Jan. 6th Hearing, Fortune 100 Companies Notified That Too Many Have Failed to Defend Democracy
With the January 6th Committee expected to release its latest findings today on how close the nation came to losing its democracy, Accountable.US issued letters today to the CEOs of all Fortune 100 companies detailing how the majority of companies have not done their part to protect democracy, despite overwhelming public demand for businesses to do
REPORT: Corporate Interests Have Now Donated Over $27M To Election Objectors Since The Jan. 6 Coup Attempt
Today government watchdog Accountable.US released an updated analysis showing that Fortune 500 companies and corporate trade associations donated over $1.6 million in August alone to those in Congress who voted against certifying the 2020 election in the immediate aftermath of the violent insurrection on January 6.
Many of America’s biggest corporations say they value democracy. But how well does their rhetoric match their actions? Our investigative researchers at Accountable.US took a comprehensive look at America’s 100 largest companies by total annual revenue and graded them on their support for voting rights, our electoral process, and our democracy.