Travelers is committed to participation in the political process in a thoughtful and responsible manner, consistent with our Code of Business Conduct & Ethics and in compliance with all applicable legal requirements. Travelers' corporate policy titled Commitment to Participation in the Political Process, which has been approved by the company's senior management, outlines Travelers' approach to participation in the political process and discusses board and management oversight of such participation.

Travelers currently does not engage in grassroots lobbying. While Travelers typically does not make payments to influence the outcome of ballot measures, in 2018 Travelers provided support in opposition to Prop 6 which, if passed, would have repealed recent increases to California’s gasoline and diesel taxes.

Travelers is currently not a member in, nor does it make payments* to, any tax-exempt organization that writes and endorses model legislation.

*Travelers pays registration fees for employees to attend national meetings of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners and the National Council of Insurance Legislators.

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