Hundreds of corporations, business leaders, and celebrities released a statement Wednesday in opposition to “any discriminatory legislation or measures” that would restrict ballot access.

Hundreds of corporations, business leaders, and celebrities released a statement Wednesday in opposition to “any discriminatory legislation or measures” that would restrict ballot access.

The signatories included Amazon, BlackRock, and General Motors, as well as individuals such as Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett and music star Demi Lovato.

Former American Express CEO Ken Chenault and the chief executive of Merck Ken Frazier, organized the statement, according to The New York Times. The statement appeared in print advertisements Wednesday in the Times and The Washington Post.

The statement is the latest display of resistance to GOP-backed election bills in state legislatures across the country that civil rights advocates say will make it more difficult for minorities to vote.

The move comes after Georgia’s Republican governor, Brian Kemp, signed into law a sweeping electoral bill that opponents say disproportionately hurts Black voters.