Will Voters Choose the Health of Our Climate?
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FEATURING JAKE ASSAEL – While the critical issues of immigration, income inequality, women’s rights, and LGBTQ rights loom large during the midterm races, one issue on which our very existence depends has not gotten nearly enough attention. And that is of course climate change. Candidates for federal and state-level office are rarely tracked on their positions supporting the end of fossil fuel use and a transition to clean energy. Now, a climate-related voter guide for the 2018 midterms is offering Americans for whom climate change is an important issue, some direction as they cast their ballots.
Jake Assael, lead researcher for the 2018 national climate change voters guide at the Vote Climate U.S. PAC.