Getting ready for 2020 in Massachusetts
Year after year, election after election, clean water voters make a difference in local, state and national elections by showing up at the polls and voting for candidates who are putting the priorities of our communities first and who are working to protect clean water and act on climate. We did that in 2018 with excellent results in the US House. We need to do that again in 2020.
November 2020 can feel like a long time off, but the 2020 elections are already underway and we need to be ready. Every clean water voter knows that these elections need to be a turning point and a time when the stakes are high. It’s critical that we elect leaders at every level of government who will join us in protecting our health, our water, our climate and fighting for climate justice. It’s critical that we vote out of office the politicians who are bought and paid for by corporate special interests. To make sure 2020 is a turning point, we need to turn out as many clean water voters as possible.
That’s why Clean Water Action hosted a National Voter Registration Day party at Democracy Brewing in Boston on Tuesday, November 24th. Thanks to all those who came out! Stay tuned for how you can get involved in making change in 2020!