BE A CLIMATE VOTER: Democrats in tight races fighting climate change

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By donating through this page your contribution will be distributed among Democrats in the tightest races who are all vocal about the threat that climate change poses.


You can also donate your own chosen amounts to any of the 37 candidates if you choose "click here to allocate amounts differently." 


Methodology for choosing candidates included:


  • Will a donation make a meaningful difference in the outcome of this race?
  • How important is the issue of climate change to this candidate?
  • How dangerous is the GOP opponent to the future of civilization?


This fundraiser has had various candidates as polling has changed. At one point we were supporting over 80 candidates. On November 1st I removed the Democrats that are up by more than 1 point and down by more than 2.5 points. The hope here is that Democrat enthusiasm will ensure a win for those that are polling more than 1 pt ahead.


In order to save humanity, we need politicians that are willing to act on scientific fact to protect us from catastrophe. Climate change is the most important issue of our time.


Please consider making a donation of at least $37 as your donation is being split among 37 excellent candidates.


A majority of the candidates are women!


If you choose to allocate amounts differently, please note that candidates are listed in order of Senators, Governors, and lastly House Candidates. No money is being raised for the creator of this fundraiser. The entirety of your donation is going directly to Democratic candidates for office in the 2018 midterms.


NOTE: The recipients of this campaign were updated on 11-1-18 based on polling data to ensure that we are donating to the candidates that need the most help and have a chance to win on November 6th.

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