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Several violations of voters rights have been reported nationwide.

The Koch Brothers and other Tea Party Supporting billionaires and millionaires have been found to be imposing a fear tactic against their employees based on job security. This is a direct violation of "The Voting Rights Act of 1965 and the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 prohibit persons from intimidating or attempting to intimidate, threaten or coerce another person for the purpose of interfering with their right to vote freely in federal elections." We the people demand an immediate investigation and persecution of any and all violators.


Involvement in Fuel Prices:

Romney to CEO's:


Investigate Corporate Intimidation of Voters

Letter to
U.S. Department Justice Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr.
U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Senator Barbara Boxer/ Senator Dianne Feinstein
Institute for Global Labour and Human Rights Assistant Director. Barbara Briggs
and 1 other
U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Hilda L. Solis
Investigate Corporate Intimidation of Voters
Several violations of voters rights have been reported nationwide.

Koch Brothers to Workers: Vote for Romney or 'Suffer the Consequences'
As a contentious election season enters its final weeks, a flurry of communication from corporate leaders to rank-and-file workers strongly implies that voting for President Barack Obama could imperil their jobs and their financial stability.

Employees of a paper company owned by the outspoken billionaire Koch brothers received a mailing warning that they could “suffer the consequences, including higher gasoline prices, runaway inflation, and other ills" if they voted for candidates not supported by Koch-owned companies or its political fund-raising arm.

The company also provided workers with a list of those candidates it supports. At the top: Mitt Romney, according to media outlet In These Times, which broke the story. “The packet also included an anti-Obama editorial by Charles Koch and a pro-Romney editorial by David Koch,” it said.

“This is in no way an attempt to ‘intimidate’ employees,” Greg Guest, senior director of corporate communications at Georgia-Pacific, said in a statement on the site
"It's free speech. On the other hand, while it's maybe not directly intended to be intimidating, it can be intimidating," said Izzy Kushner, president of consulting firm HR Impact and president of the Human Resources Association of New York.

Although the Koch brothers are known for their outspoken support of the GOP, “Our support is not based on party affiliation, and we support both Republicans and Democrats who support market-based policies and solutions,” Guest’s statement said.

“In the flyer sent to Oregon employees, all 14 Koch-backed state candidates were Republicans,” In These Times reported. A request for examples of Democratic candidates included on the list of Koch-supported candidates was not answered by press time.
In recent days, other reports have surfaced of company heads telling workers to vote for Romney in the upcoming election. This is a violation of federal law, but at this time requires public attention and pressure. One way is this. I do not support this or any other form of domestic terrorism.