Ballot Guide

We wanted to do something different for the climate election of our lifetime. We all know how we’re voting for the top of the ticket, but what about crucial state races? Is your state house representative good on climate? What about positions like soil and water conservation, and statewide offices with strange names like “corporation commission”? How does a “railroad commissioner” matter in the 21st century? That’s why this year we’ve crowdsourced candidates from key states and today, we’re releasing our VoteClimate Ballot Guide.

This year, it’s crucial that climate hawks show up and vote climate all the way down the ticket. We want to help you do that–and we want you to share it with your neighbors and friends because even if you know why your state house representative is good on climate, they probably don’t know.

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