Heroes Of The Week: Student Climate Voters

Heroes Of The Week: Student Climate Voters

Voter suppression is a shameful reality many Americans must face across the nation. But for many young, and first-time voters on college campuses that suppression has come at the hands of Republican lawmakers who have, as the New York Times reported, worked to diminish the electoral power of campuses through redistricting, as well as by […]

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Environmental Voters Show Up Strong in Early Voting

Environmental Voters Show Up Strong in Early Voting

by Julia Pyper, Host/Producer, Political Climate At least 62 million Americans have already cast their ballots nationwide, with Election Day still more than 10 days away. Are environmental issues mobilizing voters? And could these environmental voters tip the scales in battleground states? In a high-stakes election for climate advocates, early voting data looks positive, according […]

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Can We Know How Voters Truly View Climate Change?

Can We Know How Voters Truly View Climate Change?

by Natasha Lasky, ODP Contributing Writer,  and Miro Korenha A recent poll conducted by Quinnipac University of voter priorities in the 2020 election found that climate change ranked next-to-last. These results arrive hot on the heels of another poll the university released earlier this month, which showed that voters in Maine, South Carolina, and Kentucky […]

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Trump Talks Up His Environmental Record, Voters Aren’t Buying It

Trump Talks Up His Environmental Record, Voters Aren’t Buying It

President Trump has unequivocally been the most destructive U.S. president for the environment. But shockingly, in recent weeks, he’s been boasting about his environmental record in an effort to win over two vital demographics: millennials and suburban women. On a recent press call he said “We have the cleanest air we’ve ever had, like over […]

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Voter Suppression on Full Display in Georgia

Voter Suppression on Full Display in Georgia

This drone footage shows a long line of voters waiting to cast ballots in Atlanta on Tuesday. Georgia election officials, poll workers and voters have reported major trouble with voting in Atlanta and elsewhere. Read the latest. https://t.co/wRnW8f5tng pic.twitter.com/BVU9J9CF79 — The New York Times (@nytimes) June 9, 2020 Polls closed in Georgia yesterday after voting delays […]

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Don’t Just Tweet, VOTE: The Real Lesson of Earth Day

Don’t Just Tweet, VOTE: The Real Lesson of Earth Day

Throughout the week our interviewees like John Kerry and John Podesta have reiterated that the most impactful thing we can do for our planet is VOTE. As we wrap up Earth Week we have to shift our focus to getting every eligible person we know to the polls–that’s the real work. Four more years of […]

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