Breaking: Amazon, Google Join Hundreds of American Corporations in Signing Letter Opposing Voting Limits

The statement was organized by Kenneth Chenault, a former chief executive of American Express, and Kenneth Frazier, the chief executive of Merck. Other companies backing the statement include Black Rock, Netflix, General Motors, and Starbucks.

“It should be clear that there is overwhelming support in corporate America for the principle of voting rights,” Chenault said in the statement. However, “we are not being prescriptive” regarding specific legislation.

“These are not political issues," Chenault said. "These are the issues that we were taught in civics."

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