It’s obvious that the new proposed law to stop voter cheating and corruption in Texas is popular with most citizens.
But over 50 businesses and groups have come out against these laws. Below is a recap of the law that these companies (identified below) are protesting because it prohibits the following issues for the following reasons:
The new Texas law will prohibit:
Twenty-four hour voting.
Unrequested mail-in ballots. Unsolicited distribution of applications for early ballots and unsolicited mail-in ballots can easily be abused.
No ballot harvesting.
The new Texas law encourages:
The power of poll watchers.
Purging voter rolls.
Patriotic Texans are finished with companies like Coke and Major League Baseball who decided to bully Georgia when they passed similar voting laws. Texans are tired of the “woke” bullying that encourages censorship of Dr. Suess, Pepe la Pew, movies and books.
From a letter provided by the Wall Street Journal, Texans (and citizens across America) get this list of these companies to avoid and consider boycotting:
- American Airlines
- REI Co-op
- Warby Parker
- Levi Strauss & Co
- Silicon Labs
- Capital Factory
- P Terry’s
- Bulle Rock Capital
- Grayline Group
- Blue Sky Partners
- Live Oak Real Estate
- Dochen Realtors
- M Group Agency
- Design Run Group, LLC
- Elizabeth Christian Public Relations LLC
- Inside Edge Consulting LLC
- JDI Inc.
- Notley Ventures
- Traffic Engineers, Inc.
- Tritium Partners
- Texas Association of AfricanAmerican Chambers of Commerce
- Austin LGBT Chamber of Commerce
- Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce
- San Antonio LGBT Chamber of Commerce
- North Texas LGBT Chamber of Commerce
- Texas LGBTQ Chambers of Commerce
- Greater Houston LGBT Chamber of Commerce
- Greater Houston Black Chamber of Commerce
- Greater Austin Black Chamber of Commerce
- Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
- Austin Area Urban League
- Houston Area Urban League
- Texas Impact
- Emgage Texas
- Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston
- The Leadership Now Project
- Russell Reynolds Associates
- The Collective Academy
- Bryan Sanchez, real estate investor