Friends of the Earth Action is proud to endorse Rep. Keith Ellison for DNC Chair. From the fight to stop the Keystone XL pipeline to the efforts to end government subsidies for fossil fuels, Rep. Ellison has been on the frontlines fighting to protecting public health and the planet.
North Carolinians need a governor who understands the importance of a healthy environment to the well-being and prosperity of the state. Even more urgently, they need a leader who will safeguard their health by immediately restoring the integrity of the Dan River and by combating climate change.
Friends of the Earth Action is pleased to endorse Katie McGinty for U.S. Senate. We need a leader in the Senate that recognizes the dire threat climate change poses and is willing to work with Pennsylvanians to create real solutions for our most pressing environmental problems.
In his three terms as a Democratic State Senator for Maryland, Jamie Raskin has been an ardent advocate for the protection of our environment and democracy, both cornerstones to Friends of the Earth’s mission.
We need a Representative who values Michigan’s natural resource heritage and will fight to protect it — unlike incumbent Fred Upton, who has not only forgotten this responsibility, but puts the big oil and gas industries above the sixth district’s interests.
Having served as Supervisor since 2013 (and now Board President), Breed brings a unique blend of life-long San Francisco community knowledge and commitment, as well as progressive policies on reducing and removing pollutants city-wide, and transitioning to clean energy.
Chris Van Hollen is exactly the type of thoughtful champion for energy and the environment we need in the U.S. Senate. He understands the peril of climate change and the urgent need for global and local action on many fronts, including revitalizing the Chesapeake Bay.
Cortez Masto has played critical roles in fights like halting the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository project and winning a $1 billion settlement for the State of Nevada from Anadarko Petroleum Corporation for polluting Lake Mead.