The national political conventions signal that the great American political circus is back in full swing. There are plenty of issues vying for our attention, and finding which politicians have the best responses to climate change should be at the top of our lists. These are four organizations that do the legwork for you and can help to sort it all out.
Take the Interfaith Power and Light Climate Justice Voter Pledge. Including climate justice as one of the values you consider when deciding how to vote is a way to put love into action.
Michigan League of Conservation Voters holds elected officials accountable to work toward a conservation majority.
Politicians won’t listen until we start voting. It’s time for environmentalists to vote! The Environmental Voter Project wants your voice to be heard on every Election Day
The League of Women Voters helps you Register to Vote, Check Your Voter Registration Status, and Find Out What’s On Your Ballot. Use their voter guide to compare candidates side-by-side and read their views on the important issues in their own words. The voter guide is available once ballots are printed – September 19.