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We believe it is in the best interests of Broadridge and its stockholders to engage constructively and responsibly in the public policy and political process to advance and protect our long-term interests. Therefore, we participate in the development of public policy that addresses issues affecting our industry, business, products, clients, associates and communities.
We do so in various ways, including educational outreach to elected officials on key public policy issues related to Broadridge’s business, and facilitating voluntary political giving by eligible Broadridge associates and directors through the Broadridge Financial Solutions Political Action Committee (Broadridge PAC) and membership in trade associations that help to advance our business objectives. The company’s political activities and related spending reflects the interests of the company and its stockholders, and not those of any individual director, officer or associate.
Our Board of Directors has adopted a Political Contributions Policy to help ensure that any political contributions and expenditures are done in a manner consistent with the company’s commitment to the highest standards of ethics and business integrity and to protect and enhance shareholder value. In addition, our Board has oversight responsibility for Broadridge PAC spending, corporate expenditures to influence public policy, dues and other contributions to trade associations, and the company’s lobbying priorities and activities.
Our Political Contributions Policy provides that no company resources, including the use of company premises, equipment or property, or company funds, may be contributed to any federal political candidate, political committee (other than for the administrative and solicitation expenses of the Broadridge PAC, as permitted by law), political party, state ballot measure committee or to any other organization for the purpose of attempting to influence elections or ballot measures. Additionally, our Political Contributions Policy prohibits contributions to Section 501(c)(4) social welfare organizations and Section 527 political organizations of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.
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