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Who will act on climate and protect Georgia for future generations?


The candidates on climate

Enjoy the break from political advertisements while you can! In November 2018, Rep. Karen Handel (R) will have to run again for the Georgia 6th Congressional district seat she won this past June.

Stay tuned. We’ll bring you news about all the 6th district candidates’ positions on climate change as soon as the candidates are announced.


November 6, 2018 midterm Congressional elections

Campaign season will be here before we know it. In the Senate, 33 seats will be up for election. In the U.S. House of Representatives, all 435 seats will be up for election, including, of course, Rep. Karen Handel’s.


November 7, 2017 Atlanta mayoral election

If you have family or friends in Georgia’s 5th or 13th Congressional districts, make sure they’re registered to vote in the November 7, 2017 elections. The registration deadline is October 10, 2017.

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed has served his two terms as mayor and cannot run again. It’s critical voters elect a new Atlanta mayor who will join other mayors across the country who are voluntarily abiding by the Paris Agreement so we can solve the climate crisis.

And be sure to check MyVoter page to see if you have any Georgia Senate, Georgia House or other local elections you need to vote in.


Our leaders in Congress are in the best position to slow climate change. Know where your candidate stands on climate change—and vote climate!