2016 Scorecard - 114th Congress
Are your elected officials clean water leaders? Find out.
The 2016 Clean Water Voter Guide
The stakes on November 8th are huge for our water, environment, and health. Take a look at the Clean Water Voter Guide
Hillary Clinton for President
Hillary Clinton calls climate change the "defining challenge of our time", proposed one of the most far-reaching environmental platforms in history, and incorporated a bold vision for environmental justice.

The Issues

Rally at Reflecting Pool in DC. Credit: Diane Diederich / iStockphoto
Engaging the Public, Electing Clean Water Leaders
Protect Our Water and Health
Fighting Harmful Impacts of Oil and Gas Production
Reducing Exposure to Toxic Chemicals in Products

From We All Live Downstream

Trump. Credit Gage Skidmore / Creative Commons
October 19, 2016

Donald Trump publically shuns a “rigged system” and the “establishment.” But when it comes to assembling his team of advisors and the personnel he wants to lead government agencies under his administration, he has fully bought into the D.C. energy lobbyist establishment and policies from dark money think tanks.

Hillary CLinton for President. Credit: Joseph Sohm / Shutterstock.com
October 3, 2016

The Clean Water Act. The Safe Drinking Water Act. Complicated important laws with lofty goals.

We think a lot about these two laws. Together, they represent a vision that we should act like  water matters. That we ought to end pollution into our nation’s water bodies. That what comes out of the tap should be safe to drink.

Clean Water Action endorses Hillary Clinton. Photo credit: Krista Kennell / Shutterstock.com
August 1, 2016

Simple. Hillary is a longtime environmental champion who will fight for us. Donald Trump would be a disaster.

The choice hasn't been this clear in a long time.

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