How to Vote Your Proxy This Week to Reflect Your Values

Weekly Resolution Votes
We have listed the proposals and our recommendations.

May 12, 2020

Vote AGAINST the New York City Comptroller’s proposal to inject the leftwing obsession with race and sex throughout world markets by demanding worldwide breakdowns of workforce on those bases.  The As You Sow (AYS) coalition uses deeply flawed metrics to “find” significant pay gaps between various groups where none exist, with the goal of maximizing tensions between those groups.

Read more about FEP’s objections to these racist and sexist proposals starting on page 28 of our Investor Value Voter Guide.
Proposal 6 on Charles Schwab’s Proxy Statement

May 12, 2020

Vote AGAINST the Friends Fiduciary Corporation’s proposal, which is nothing more than an effort by left-wing agitators to defund the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association by seeking to have Schwab drop its membership in those pro-business organizations.

To learn more about the As You Sow network’s attacks on pro-business organizations and FEP’s work to combat these proposals, see the discussion starting on page 37 in our Investor Value Voter Guide.
Proposal 7 on Charles Schwab’s Proxy Statement

May 14, 2020

Vote AGAINST the Trillium Asset Management’s proposal which demands that the shipping giant align its business model to match the arbitrary climate goals of the Paris Climate Accord.

To learn more about attempts by the As You Sow network to hobble companies by subjecting their activities to unrealizable and functionally irrelevant U.N. climate goals, see the discussion starting on page 10 in our Investor Value Voter Guide.

Proposal 6 on United Parcel Service’s Proxy Statement

May 14, 2020

Vote AGAINST the New York City Comptroller’s proposal which is nothing more than an effort by left-wing agitators to defund the U.S. Chamber of Commerce by seeking to have Ford drop its Chamber membership.

To learn more about the As You Sow network’s attacks on pro-business organizations and FEP’s work to combat these proposals, see the discussion starting on page 37 in our Investor Value Voter Guide.
Proposal 5 on Ford’s Proxy Statement 

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