Attend a Voter Registration by Mail house party or event to increase registration by likely Democrats in critical swing states.
On June 26 and 27, twenty Democratic presidential candidates will gather in Miami, where sea level rise from global warming poses an imminent threat, to debate the future of our country, our planet, and our democracy.
This debate is an important chance to push the presidential candidates to lay out their plans for reining in greenhouse gas emissions and averting the worst consequences of global warming.
The best way to contact the debate moderators is via Twitter because this is a public forum where other people who care about this issue can see that you want to get the candidates on the record about climate change.
The Union of Concerned Scientists has set up an easy link to tweet the debate moderators.
If you’re not on Twitter, you can use this link to send an email to the debate moderators! Be sure to put in your own name and email address!!
Check out potential questions for candidates developed by the Union of Concerned Scientists here.
Join DoTheMostGood members and friends to watch both days of the DNC Debates on June 26th & 27th at 8:15 pm! Light refreshments will be provided along with the opportunity to take action by sending postcards to help register prospective voters in critical swing districts across the country for the upcoming 2020 Presidential Election.
The LGBTQ Democrats of Montgomery County are hosting a Planning Board Candidate Forum on June 3, moderated by Adam Pagnucco of Bethesda Magazine.