With the Republican convention last week and the Democratic convention this week, America has been deluged with coverage of the Presidential campaign. Often lost in the back and forth of political gamesmanship is the importance of voting. It is a sacred tradition in my family to cast a vote because we know the sacrifices that our forefathers made to give us that right.
Just as diversity is great for business, it’s also great for politics. Both political conventions made efforts to include diversity in their events. Indeed, Troup Consulting client AT&T was a major sponsor of diversity events in Tampa at the Republican Convention and now in Charlotte at the Democratic Convention. AT&T understands the importance of diversity.
As we go down the homestretch of this year’s elections, please do your part to make our democracy successful. There are many wonderful organizations that work to educate voters and encourage turnout. I have been proud to be a part of many of these organizations and recommend them to you as a resource.
Remember, if you don’t vote, you can’t complain. So visit the resources below and head to the voting booth knowing everything you need to know to proudly cast your vote in the great tradition of our nation.
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