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With Biden in the White House and the Democrats in control of Washington, D.C., we have a lot of work to do each week.

This week, we are calling the Senate, emailing corporations that oppose honest elections, fighting against earmarks, and more. See below for details, and have a great week!

Call your Senators

Call both of your Senators, whether Republican or Democrat, and convey the following messages during the phone call:

Tell them to vote no on S. 1, or as we call it, the Corrupt Politicians Act. You also read through a summary of this monstrosity on our website and our how-to guide for more information.

Note that the House has already passed their own version, and the Senate is set to hold the hearing on their version on March 24th. So we need lots of calls into the Senate especially on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week.

Tell them to oppose any efforts to change or get rid of the filibuster. Some Senators are very protective of the idea that the Senate is more a more serious, deliberative body than the House, and may be receptive to this kind of messaging, that getting rid of the filibuster or weakening it will just turn the Senate into another version of the House.

Bonus Action Item:

If you have time, please call Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ), even if you don’t live in their states, and tell them both to vote against S.1 and oppose any efforts to change or eliminate the filibuster.

Sign the Letter Opposing Earmarks  

We’ve written a letter to Congress condemning the practice of earmarks, and asking each of them to sign our No Earmark Pledge. If you’d like to send a letter to your Representative asking them to sign the pledge, simply go to our website and sign onto the letter. Then, ask others to do the same on social media or via email.

Contact Georgia Companies

The left is doing whatever they can to stop the election integrity bills in Georgia from becoming law, including getting large, Georgia-based corporations to come out against election integrity. Email these companies in just four clicks with our easy to use tool.

AFLAC

Dan Amos
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
706-323-3431

Teresa White
President, Aflac U.S.

Aflac Worldwide Headquarters
1932 Wynnton Road
Columbus, GA 31999

Home Depot

Craig Menear
Chairman and CEO
Board member, Atlanta Committee for Progress
770-384-2930
craig_menear@homedepot.com

2455 Paces Ferry Road
Atlanta, GA 30339

770-433-8211 - HQ

Southern Company

Thomas, A. Fanning
Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President
404-506-0506
tfanning@southernco.com

30 Ivan Allen Junior Blvd Northwest
Atlanta, GA 30308

404-506-5000 – HQ

Coca-Cola

James Robert B. Quincey
Chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company
404-676-2121
jquincey@coca-cola.com

1 Coca-Cola Plaza
Atlanta, GA 30313

Delta

Glen Hauenstein
President of Delta Air Lines
404-715-1601

Ed Bastian
CEO
404-715-6653

P.O. Box 20706
Atlanta, GA 30320

1030 Delta Blvd
Atlanta, GA 30354

404-715-2600 – HQ

UPS

Carol B. Tomé
Chief Executive Officer
404-828-6000
ctome@ups.com

55 Glenlake Parkway NE
Atlanta, GA 30328