Some tech firms are joining national voter turnout initiatives.
And a growing list of companies are making Election Day a day off, hoping their employees will vote, as reported by Silicon Beat.
Airbnb added a message on its U.S. website this past Saturday, the anniversary of the enactment of the Voting Rights Act, as reported on The Hill.
Airbnb hosts and guests are engaged in the communities they call home and we believe that everyone should be able to participate in the crucial conversations that will shape the future of our country, the company continued.
The TurboVote Challenge is a nonpartisan effort to achieve an 80-percent voter turnout by 2020.
According to its website, The TurboVote Challenge brings leading companies and organizations together in a nonpartisan, long-term commitment to increase voter participation.