GA10 Wants to Regulate Carbon as a Pollutant
Did you know an estimated 75% of Georgia 10th Congressional district (GA10) residents want carbon dioxide (CO2) regulated as a pollutant? And 65% support a revenue-neutral carbon tax?
Public concern about climate change can shape the climate policy that Congress creates, but only if people who want climate solutions get out and vote. Our members of Congress respond most to the concerns of constituents who vote.
If we want climate solutions but don’t vote, then Congress won’t respond to our demands.
Vote in the November 6, 2018 midterm elections
Be sure you make a plan to vote in the November midterms.
Before you vote, know your congressional candidates’ positions on climate change—and vote for a candidate who wants climate solutions:
Our members of Congress are in the best position to solve climate change. Know where your candidates stand on climate change—and vote climate!