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Netflix, UTA, CAA And ViacomCBS Among Companies Signing “We Stand For Democracy” Voting Rights Ad

Netflix, UTA, CAA And ViacomCBS Among Companies Signing “We Stand For Democracy” Voting Rights Ad

Major corporations, celebrities and other prominent figures signed on to a two-page ad opposing “any discriminatory legislation or measures” that restrict eligible voters from having “an equal and fair opportunity to cast a ballot.”

Netflix, UTA, CAA and ViacomCBS were among the media and entertainment companies to sign the ad, which comes amid concerns over the impact of voting legislation in Georgia, Texas and other states. Also signing were tech companies including Amazon, Alphabet, Apple, Facebook, Pinterest, Reddit and Salesforce, as well as live event businesses Live Nation Entertainment and Jazz Lincoln Center.

The ad featured the headline, “We stand for democracy.” “Voting is the lifeblood of our democracy and we call upon all Americans to join us in taking a nonpartisan stand for this most basic and fundamental right of all Americans.”

Among the individuals who signed the ad was James Murdoch, the CEO of Lupa Systems. His brother,

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