Volunteers Needed to Help Increase Environmental Voter Turn Out on Election Day

Millions of people who care about the environment and climate change don’t vote. Getting these voters to the polls for the November 8 midterm election will have a huge impact on how the nation addresses climate change. Environmental Voter Project (EVP) is a Massachusetts-based national nonprofit that identifies non-voting environmentalists and converts them into a critical mass of consistent voters too big for politicians to ignore.

Your help is needed in October:

Register to help call voters in Georgia, or register to help call voters in North Carolina (two states in our time zone where there are many non-voting environmentalists). You may volunteer for as little as one shift which includes a 20-minute training and one hour of calling to promote voting.