Our 2018 priority races are those where we believe we will have the biggest, national impact, increasing our voting bloc and leadership for climate-action in the U.S. House and Senate.
So while voter's must choose climate-action candidates in their own state and congressional district first (see voter's guide linked below), if anyone is looking to have a broader impact, they can share these priority races, donate or volunteer. We want to highlight these races in critical, swing districts that could go either way, where there is a sharp distinction in the climate calculation between candidates.
Vote Climate U.S. PAC's voter's guide is simple to use. Just go to our voter's guide page on our website. Click your state on the map or enter your zip code. If you don't know your congressional district, click this link on our page under FAQ to get it. Find your district and vote for the U.S. Representative or Senator with the highest score or climate calculation.
Our "Climate Rankings" page is the place where we look at the big picture of American politics and climate change by analyzing the research data to provide a breakdown of:
- Climate Heroes: Incumbents and Challengers Who Rated 100%
- Climate Zeroes: Incumbents and Challengers Who Rated 0 %
- Best to Worst Individual Incumbents and Challengers on Climate Change
- Overall Average Climate Comparisons by Political Party
- Overall Average Climate Comparisons by Swing Districts
- Overall Average Climate Comparisons by Region and Party.