2nd Vote gives shoppers second chance to vote with wallet

Friday, November 23, 2018
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Chris Woodward (OneNewsNow.com)

cash registerIt may seem impossible given today's P.C. corporate board rooms, but one organization says conservatives can shop their values this Christmas season. 

One of the big concerns over companies and retailers in recent years is that many of them donate to left-leaning organizations and causes.

2nd Vote, a conservative organization keeping tabs on corporate activism, sent its research team to find out what the top gifts of 2018 would be while using 2nd Vote's model of investigating companies and retailers to find out where they stand.

"We put together this guide that would show people not only what the best gifts would be," says 2nd Vote spokesman Robert Kuykendall, "but we found out which manufacturers would best align with our conservative values, and even the retail locations online where they can make these purchases."

The resource is free for anyone wanting to make a list and check it twice.

"They (consumers) will not be supporting the left's agenda," he predicts. "They will not be supporting the pro-abortion agenda. They will not be supporting the pro-illegal immigration agenda."

 

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