On the ballot this year: Climate action. Environmental justice. Clean energy. Racial justice. Economic equity. Solar jobs.
This year, ongoing local, state, and federal elections will decide the future of racial and environmental equity in communities across the country. It will decide if we fearlessly enter this new decade investing in renewable energy technologies and jobs that provide economic opportunities for individuals and families. It will decide the future of the planet for generations to come.
We know you support GRID. Policy powers the important work we do together at GRID and it determines who benefits from renewable energy. This November will directly determine clean energy policy that affects us as an organization, and more importantly, impact the communities we partner with.
Yes, your vote matters. And yes, you can make a difference. This election, VOTE for environmental justice.
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- Find out what races and initiatives are on your ballot and where federal, state, and local candidates stand on issues. (También en español)
- See how the Presidential candidates compare on climate and environment issues.
- Visit howto.vote to see different ways to get your ballot, depending on where you live, and to see what’s on the ballot in your area. (También en español)
- Find out what states allow early voting, and when.
- Some states require an excuse for mail-in voting, and some states are giving all voters an excuse to vote by mail. See what the guidelines are for where you live. Then, don’t delay - request an absentee or mail-in ballot now.
- Know your voting rights.
- If there’s an issue, call 866-OUR-VOTE for Election Protection or visit their website.
- Reporte un problema electoral llamando a: 1-888-VE-Y-VOTA
- Volunteer to protect others’ right to vote. There are opportunities to volunteer from now till election day.