GA07 midterm election candidates

All U.S. congressional districts, including the 7th Congressional district of Georgia (GA07), are holding midterm elections on November 6, 2018.

Below are the GA07 candidates challenging incumbent Rob Woodall (R). See the candidates’ positions on climate change, below, and in the May 22nd primary and November 6th general elections—vote climate!


Shane Hazel

Shane Hazel (R)

Hazel does not have a position statement on climate change. He does state that, “Unleashing America’s private sector with low taxes, sound money, and deregulation, these are the keys to a thriving economy and flourishing human condition.”



Kathleen Allen (D)

Allen does not have a position statement on climate change. She does state that it’s part of her vision to, “Expand upon our nation’s investment in clean energy and a reliable electrical system that meets the energy needs of modern America and protects our communities from the increasing threats of climate change.”



Carolyn Bourdeaux (D)

Bourdeaux does not have a position statement on climate change.


Melissa Davis

Melissa Davis (D)

Davis does not have a position statement on climate change.


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David Kim (D)

Kim does not have a position statement on climate change.


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Ethan Pham (D)

Pham addresses the carbon emissions that fuel climate change in his position statement on protecting the environment.

Protecting the Environment
We have a right to clean air and water, and a responsibility to preserve them for future generations. We need to control carbon emissions and invest in a clean energy infrastructure so that we can create the jobs and new technologies that will grow our economy while protecting our planet.


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Steve Reilly (D)

Reilly addresses climate change in his environmental policy:

Environmental Policy
The United States must reclaim its leadership on global environmental issues. The Trump Administration was wrong to withdraw our country from the Paris Climate Accord. Global warming is not a “hoax,” but a scientifically recognized threat to the long term survival of our world as we know it.

President Trump’s appointee as Environmental Protection Agency chief, Scott Pruitt, has embarked on an aggressive and dangerous effort to undo Obama-era environmental rules and regulations. President Trump and Mr. Pruitt seek to undo or significantly weaken climate change rules known as the “Clean Power Plan” and to roll back water pollution and methane pollution rules enacted by the Obama Administration. Pruitt and President Trump champion the idea of invigorating and returning to coal as a primary source of energy, including the idea of making it easier to export American coal worldwide. Even Obama-era automobile fuel efficiency standards are under threat.

If elected, I will fight President Trump’s efforts to take us backwards on environmental protections.


Our members of Congress are in the best position to solve climate change. Know where your candidates stand on climate change—and vote climate