Carmichael Lynch and Carmichael Lynch Relate Take Action for Election Day

Carmichael Lynch and Carmichael Lynch Relate are working hard to encourage employees to get out to vote on election day. The agencies’ offices are closed until noon on election day to give employees time to vote; not enough time is the number one reason people cite for not making it to the polls. They’re calling it the Out of Office Into Office initiative.

Marcus Fischer, Carmichael Lynch CEO, also penned a piece about the reasons behind the campaign, and he was interviewed by The Washington Post on the topic as well.

In addition, Carmichael Lynch teamed up with the Time to Vote campaign as part of their national non-partisan push to encourage leaders to ensure employees have the time they need to vote.

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