Curb the Corporate Agenda of Activist CEOs

Join Over One Million People in Telling the SEC to Expose the Hidden Influence of Corporate Money

Right now the money you’ve saved to secure a comfortable future for yourself and your family might be funding organizations or candidates that imperil that future.

There is no way to know if the corporations that you’ve invested in are spending your money to defund Social Security and Medicare, gut education funding or further deregulate Wall Street.

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the federal agency charged with protecting investors from corporate abuse, can step in to stop Corporate America from using our retirement savings and investments as its secret political war chest.

The 2014 elections are around the corner so there is no time to waste. Send YOUR message TODAY! Tell the SEC to require corporations to disclose their political spending.

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