Protecting our electoral process and the right to vote, especially in marginalized communities, begins with holding corporations accountable for empowering policymakers who have attempted to undermine our democratic system of government.
Accountable.US works to protect our democracy by investigating and bringing to light corporations that have turned their back on past commitments of support for voting rights, or abandoned their customers, employees, and shareholders by funding policymakers and special interests that threaten our way of life.
In Bad Company
A year has passed since the deadly insurrection on the U.S. Capitol that spurred a flurry of corporate promises to defend democracy. For many of the biggest companies and trade groups in the country, those promises were broken when they funneled millions of dollars to election objectors in Congress. Did Corporate America ever honestly care about preserving our democracy?
Corporate Donations Tracker
Shedding light on the Fortune 500 corporations and big corporate lobbyists funding the 2020 Election objectors since January 2021—including those that broke their promises not to donate to their campaigns.
Campaign Against Corporate Complicity
True to their word?
Many corporate leaders said the right things during the darkest days of the Trump presidency. Now is the time for a watchful public to hold these leaders accountable to their own words.
Drop The Chamber
Across the country, democracy and voting rights are under attack.
Businesses said they would speak up to protect our fundamental right as Americans, but there’s one problem: they’re still members of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, a group with a long history of fueling anti-democratic actions.