Tuesday was a good day for clean water!
Thanks to clean water members and clean water voters we helped elect a pro-environment majority in the U.S. House of Representatives. We also elected governors and state legislators across the country who will focus on protecting clean water and healthy communities. We’re heading into 2019 with a lot of momentum. Check out all our wins here.
Clean Water members and activists were one of the bright spots of 2017. Throughout the year member and activists like you sent messages, mailed letters, signed postcards, and made phone calls. You attended rallies and town hall events. You got involved and you spoke loud and clear.
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.
2015 was a year of big wins for Clean Water Action, despite well-funded opposition by polluters and their allies in Congress!
Victory #1: In May of 2015, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized the Clean Water rule that restores protection to the sources of drinking water for 1 in 3 Americans. Clean Water Action helped lead the campaign that made this happen, generating hundreds of thousands of emails, letters, and postcards to the EPA and the White House calling for strong action.
This week we gather with family and friends to give thanks and reflect on the past year. As I think about 2015, I am full of gratitude for Clean Water Action members. And I am amazed at what we have accomplished. With Clean Water Action members leading the way, we won big for our water and communities. From fighting for new protections for streams and wetlands, the sources of drinking water for so many, to ending coal plants' free pass to dump waste into lakes and rivers, Clean Water Action members answer the call and make the critical difference. Thank you.