May 9, 2015
Yes, I too am a shareholder, and the SEC is supposed to be protecting my rights. It should be public information if any publicly traded company is making political contributions. It is completely unethical for the system to be working any other way, than openly, where everyone can see where the monies are coming from.
Every shareholders should have the right to know whether their money is being used to run a business or to run election attack ads.
Please place a rule on the unified agenda by the end of May 2015 that will require disclosure of political spending, as laid out in file number 4-637.Janet Pattison