Georgia candidates on climate by district
Our members of Congress have the power to create federal policies that can solve climate change. That’s why it’s important to elect representatives who want climate action.
Georgia is divided into 14 congressional districts. Each district is represented in Congress by a U.S. House representative elected by the residents of the district every two years. All House representatives are running for re-election in the November 6, 2018 midterm elections. Whether Democrat or Republican, nearly all of Georgia’s 14 House representatives are running against challengers from within their party, from another party or both. Georgia is holding midterm primary elections on May 22nd so residents can select one representative from each party to run on November 6th.
Not sure who your candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives are, or where they stand on climate change? Select your Georgia Congressional district from the list below to see your candidates and their position statements on climate, energy and the environment.
If you’re not sure which district you live in, visit MyVoter page on the Georgia Secretary of State’s website to find out.
Our members of Congress are in the best position to solve climate change. Know where your candidates stand on climate change—and vote climate!