The community as a whole is best served when companies get involved in the civic health of their communities and play a role in driving increased voter participation. We help corporations activate their employees, stakeholders, and clients, increasing voter education and voter turnout. All in a nonpartisan manner.
Create a work environment that encourages staff to register to vote. Share resources on voting rules, voter eligibility, and any local requirements.
Demystify the voting process by helping voters determine where, when, and how to vote. Provide sample ballots and share links to nonpartisan voter guides.
Share information with staff about early voting, absentee ballots, and vote-by-mail options. Provide time off from work to allow staff to vote.
Voter engagement initiatives help to build credibility and establishes trust with consumers as well as new audiences. More than 80% of consumers say they would prefer to buy from companies that support democracy.
Creating a workplace culture of voting shows your employees that you value them and care about their lives outside of work.
Legislators often pay closer attention because they know your employees are engaged voters.
By building an educated and engaged constituency, you can help to ensure that the community is represented in the important conversations happening at a local, state, and national level. Corporations do have a role to play in boosting voter turnout by encouraging employees and consumers to vote.
The voter engagement strategists at Public Affairs Concepts provide the resources needed to implement nonpartisan civic solutions, engage your organization, and build an effective civic program at your company.