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This Week’s Scores At-A-Glance, 3/16/18

Our goal at 2ndVote is to keep you informed on causes that corporations are supporting with your money, in order to assure that they are held accountable for their actions.

Entities that have been updated include the following:

Harris Teeter
King Soopers
Kroger
Ralphs
Time Warner

When applicable, Better Alternatives have been implemented at the bottom of each company’s page to provide a helpful tool to assist conservatives. If you can, shop with businesses that support your values and not those of a crooked social agenda.

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  • Paul Raymond
  • Paul Raymond

    Update Twitter too. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey gave $500K to the anti-gun March for Our Lives. That’s a position on the 2nd Amendment. Twitter is currently listed in your database as having no info on Second Amendment stance.

    Here is the source for you:

    https://twitter.com/jack/status/972172213372645378?lang=en

  • Paul Raymond

    Another thing for you to update is AARP. Not only do they support a member of the Leadership Council of Civil and Human Rights, they ARE a member of the LCCHR.

  • Richard Hennessy

    Please post the actual scores on the weekly “Scores at a Glance” page. We shouldn’t have to individually open each separate business score page to learn the scores.

    • blaze69

      If you click on the “database” hyperlink in the paragraph it’ll take you right to the scoring….

      • Richard Hennessy

        Thank you.

        • Blaze In Texas

          Sorry 😉 I myself hate that list since you have to scroll and scroll and scroll and if you hit the screen in the wrong place you wind up back at square one!!! 🤨