After Jan. 6, plenty of this country’s best known companies pledged to put a “pause” on donating to any political party or to the 147 Republican representatives and senators who voted to overturn the 2020 election of Pres. Joe. Biden.
The “pause” didn’t last long. According to
Bloomberg News, on May 3, Boeing’s political action committee resumed donations to Republicans who voted to overturn the election.
Here’s the first entry in a list of corporations that have donated to Republicans who voted to overthrow the 2020 election and how to contact them:
|Company Name||2020 Donations||Post Jan. 6, 2021||Contact|
|Boeing**||?||$5,000+ to Kevin McCarthy
$5,000+ to Steve Scalise
$5,000+ to Vicky Hartzler
$2,500 to Jack Bergman
$25,000 to the Republican Attorneys General Association*
$200,000 to the Republican Governors Association
$105,000+ to the National Republican Senatorial Committee
$105,000+ to the National Republican Congressional Committee
Source: Bloomberg News
|Call the Boeing Ethics Line:
Boeing Company Headquarters:
1-312-544-2000 and leave a message for Boeing CEO, David Calhoun.
Send a tweet to @Boeing.
|Charles Schwab***||?||The brokerage said it will shut down its PAC “in light of a divided political climate and an increase in attacks on those participating in the political process.” Funds remaining in the PAC will be donated to the Boys & Girls Club of America and historically Black colleges and universities. Source: Bloomberg News||CEO: Walt Bettinger
|USAA****||Contact: CEO: Wayne Peacock firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Hallmark Cards||The maker of greeting cards was very specific in the message it wants to send U.S. Senators Josh Hawley and Roger Marshall: Give us our money back. The Kansas City, Missouri-based company said it’s seeking reimbursement for the $7,000 it donated to Hawley, of Missouri, and the $5,000 it gave newly elected Marshall, of Kansas, over the last two years. The Republicans objected to the certification electors for President-elect Joe Biden. Source: Bloomberg News|
|Security Service Federal Credit Union****||Contact:|
*An affiliate of the Republican Attorneys General Association, the Rule of Law Defense Fund, helped organize protests on Jan. 6 that preceded the riot, paying for robocalls urging Trump supporters to attend the “Stop the Steal” rally.
+Maximum allowable contribution.
These corporations fund voter suppression through their membership in ALEC:
*Source: Common Cause