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Americans vote for politicians who support clean energy and public health, and we have the numbers to prove it. In the 2012 election cycle, voters swept clean energy and climate champions into office up and down the ticket and in red states and blue states. Environmental supporters triumphed even though polluters spent hundreds of millions of dollars to bully them and promote a dirty agenda. But in the end, nearly all of the polluter-friendly candidates lost, and leaders who fight for our air, water, and climate won. Will you help us get the word out that clean energy isn't just good policy, it's good politics?
Up and down the ticket, polluters had the money; but they didn't have the votes. Americans swept clean energy champions into office, not polluters' pets.
WATCH and SHARE THE NRDC ACTION FUND RUNNING CLEAN REPORT AND CANDIDATE VIDEOS TO SPREAD THE WORD THAT CLEAN ENERGY IS WINNING POLITICS.
Last election, millions of Americans overwhelmingly supported clean energy candidates. Election night polling showed regardless of party or demographics, nearly 2 of every 3 voters, 64 percent, have a favorable impression of renewable energy, compared to only 13 percent who say they have an unfavorable impression. This was despite the massive investments by polluters pushing their dirty agenda. When given the chance to choose a future of investing in renewable energy sources and a clean energy economy, voters time and time again chose the candidates who were Running Clean.
This week the NRDC Action Fund released a new in-depth report and video series called Running Clean, which follows the success of candidates who chose to run their campaigns on clean energy, clean air, conservation and protecting the environment and public health. This cycle the report contains case studies on candidates: President Barack Obama and Senator Angus King (I-Maine) with additional video interviews with Senators Tim Kaine (D-Virginia), Jon Tester (D-Montana), Martin Heinrich (D-New Mexico) and Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii).
Running Clean is a political playbook, which shows candidates how to use these messages as effective campaign tools, how to replicate and run a campaign that effectively uses a pro-environment message, and the best practices of running clean.
It’s simple, Running Clean works. And these candidates are helping to grow the environmental majority across America. Now is the time for future candidates from both sides of the aisle to begin looking for opportunities to embrace these issues, because ultimately, these are the values represented by their voters and what’s best for our future.
But, don’t take my word for it. Read the report and watch Senators Kaine, Tester, Heinrich and Hirono tell you in their own words why Running Clean is a winning strategy.
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|A Promise Is A Promise, President Obama|
In his State of the Union address, President Obama said that drilling and fracking for natural gas would only happen "without putting the health and safety of our citizens at risk." But oil and gas companies are lobbying hard to get him to go back on his word -- and it may be working! We need to push back.
The Department of the Interior and the Environmental Protection Agency are preparing to issue regulations that do not require fracking companies to disclose which chemicals will be pumped into the ground. Communities need improved regulations that favor the environment and healthy citizens, not set up the potential for fracking-related pollution and other issues.
Oil and gas companies shouldn't be allowed to keep information like this hidden from the public. Sign the petition and remind President Obama to remember his promise to create safer fracking regulations.