2014 elections

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2014 Priority Candidates

 

Vote Climate U.S. PAC’s 2014 Top Targeted U.S. Senate Races

 

Gary Peters (D)- Michigan U.S. Senate – Challenger – Open Seat – Click Here to read more – WINNER
Photo of Gary Peters
Photo source: U.S. Government Printing Office via WikiMedia • Public Domain Image

 

Jeanne Shaheen (D) – New Hampshire U.S. Senate – Incumbent – Click Here to read more – WINNER
Jeanne Shaheen by USS NEW HAMPSHIRE
Photo source: www.shaheen.senate.gov

 

Al Franken (D) – Minnesota U.S. Senate – Incumbent – Click Here to read more – WINNER
Photo of Al Franken
Photo source: "relux."Some rights reserved

Vote Climate U.S. PAC’s 2014 Top Targeted U.S. House Races
 

Peter Aguilar (D) – CA 31 – Challenger – Open Seat – Click Here to read more – WINNER

Photo source: https://aguilar.house.gov/about

 

Scott Peters (D) – CA 52 – Incumbent – Click Here to read more – WINNER
photo of Scott Peters
Photo source: Port of San DiegoSome rights reserved

 

Andrew Romanoff (D) – CO-6 – Challenger – Click Here to read more – LOSS
Photo of Andrew Romanoff

Photo Source: Jeffrey BeallSome rights reserved

 

Vote Climate U.S. PAC Top Priority Candidates

Vote Climate U.S. PAC’s mission is to elect candidates to get off fossil fuels and to put a price on carbon. Our priority U.S. House and U.S. Senate races are chosen to begin to position climate change as a powerful, electoral issue. Priority races are in hotly contested, swing districts where:

  • Victory is not guaranteed and support from climate voters and activists could make a difference.
  • Climate change is a pivotal issue that could be the difference between victory and defeat.
  • Priority candidates are leaders on the issue and there is a sharp distinction between them and their opponent on climate change.
  • Victory could make a difference for the issue by electing or re-electing a climate leader.

Please be a part of the political movement for federal action on climate change with Vote Climate U.S. PAC.

You Can Help our Top Priority Candidates:

  • Share our endorsements, through:
    • Email
    • Facebook
    • Twitter and other social media especially with those voting and/or volunteering in the priority districts
  • Vote for our top priority candidates.
  • Volunteer for our top priority candidates (even if you don’t live in the district):
    • Go door-door
    • Make phone calls
    • Help Get-Out-The-Vote
    • Work the polls on Election day
  • Donate to our top priority candidates.

You Can Help Vote Climate U.S. PAC: