Civic Engagement and Elections

Clean Water Action harnesses grassroots power by engaging and mobilizing our members and endorsing clean water leaders in elections from the local to national level.

Two children by a lake, caption: Michigan's water future is worth the investment

Support Michigan Clean Water and Green Energy Budget Investments

Governor Whitmer has proposed several important investments to rebuild our water infrastructure, protecting children from lead poisoning, and investing in clean energy and energy efficiency.

Recent Actions

Tell Congress: Make Bold Investments for the Future!

The United States Congress has a once in a generation opportunity to invest in our future. The Build Back Better Act currently being crafted and debated is the last, best chance for the U.S. to do our part to avert the worst impacts of climate change.

Take Action: NJ's Green Amendment

New Jersey legislators have proposed a constitutional Green Amendment that will recognize and protect the rights of all the people of the state, including future generations, to pure water, clean air, a stable climate and healthy environments.

Tell the Senate: Protect Our Freedom to Vote

Reforming our democracy is essential to protecting our water, taking bold action to address the climate crisis, and protecting our communities.

Civic Engagement and Elections Blog Posts

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September 15, 2021

As you probably know, Virginia has elections just around the corner! Did you know that early voting starts on FRIDAY (9/17)? There are many important races this year, including Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, and the State House of Delegates.

Here are the important dates that you need to keep in mind as you get ready to vote:

September 9, 2021

Frederick City's local primary elections are on Tuesday, September 14! After requesting questionnaires and interviews with all of the candidates, we are proud to endorse four candidates for the Board of Aldermen:

August 20, 2021

All across Maryland, the news is buzzing about the race for Governor, but in some local governments, it's already election season. If you're registered to vote with a political party in Frederick City, a ballot is on its way (if it hasn't arrived already!) for you to vote in the Primary for the Mayor and the Board of Aldermen.