Endorsed Candidates

Michelle Abeyta

Michelle Abeyta

State House, NM-69

Yadira Caraveo

Yadira Caraveo

US House, CO-08

Nabilah Islam

Nabilah Islam

State Senate, GA-7

Emilia Sykes

Emilia Sykes

US House, OH-13

Ylenia Aguilar

Ylenia Aguilar

AZ Corporation Commission

Jasmine Clark

Jasmine Clark

State House, GA-108

Mary Peltola

Mary Peltola

US House, AK-AL

Anna Thomas

Anna Thomas

State House, PA-137

Lorena Austin

Lorena Austin

State House, AZ-09

Kirsten Engel

Kirsten Engel

US House, AZ-6

Jacky Rosen

Jacky Rosen

Senate, Nevada

Lauren Underwood

Lauren Underwood

US House, IL-14

Tammy Baldwin

Tammy Baldwin

Senate, Wisconsin

Jenn Hill

Jenn Hill

State House, MI-109

Elissa Slotkin

Elissa Slotkin

Senate, Michigan

Susan Wild

Susan Wild

US House, PA-7

Our Endorsement Process

Our candidates have been vetted by national and/or state and local environmental organizations like the Sierra Club, Climate Cabinet, and the League of Conservation Voters. We look for women and non-binary candidates who advocate for our policy priorities, and who are running in competitive primary and general races. We endorse in state and national-level races. If you are one of our endorsed candidates, feel free to download our logo (color or monochrome) for use on your website and social media. If you would like to submit a candidate for consideration, click the button below.

How to Support the Candidates

Vote. Visit Vote411.org and enter your address to find your polling place, build your ballot with their online voters’ guide and more. With the voters’ guide you can see the races on your ballot, compare candidates’ positions side-by-side, and print out a “ballot” indicating your preferences as a reminder and take it with you to the polls on Election Day.

Volunteer. Visit a candidate’s website to find out how you can volunteer for the campaign through things like phone-banking, canvassing, and office support.

Spread the Word. Visit the social media accounts of the candidates and share posts to amplify their messages.

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