Ryan Reynolds and Mint Mobile Have Entered Politics. They’re Donating to a Four-Legged Mayor

The brand is using the savings to give all users free data upgrades

Mint Mobile lobbied Mayor Max with an oversized check for $15. Mint Mobile

Since the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, the biggest brands in the country have begun reevaluating their political contributions. The goal is to ensure that, from here on out, people don’t associate their names with the kinds of characters who violently ransacked the nation’s seat of government on Jan. 6.

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