The November election carries great weight for climate change and its many related issues of public health, clean energy job creation, and environmental and racial justice. Do you have your plan to vote ready? Here are some resources:
—Pledge to be a faith climate justice voter, keeping Creation and justice in mind.
–Check out Reflection Guide: Democracy, Values & the 2020 Election from Faith in Public Life and Interfaith Power & Light. This nonpartisan guide offers timely sections that address urgent moral issues at stake in this election and beyond. Topics include justice for immigrants, economic dignity, care for creation and climate change, racism and criminal justice reform, democracy and voting rights, health care and the coronavirus pandemic, and global peacebuilding. Reflection questions are included to help spark conversation in your faith communities and to help prime questions addressed to candidates
–Election Day – Tuesday, November 3, 2020
–Last Day to Register to Vote – Monday, October 19, 2020
—Click here to check your registration status, register to vote, or pre-register to vote (for California residents age 16 and 17 who want to be future voters)
—Click here for instructions on Voting by Mail
Check out the very informative overview from the California Council of Churches IMPACT.