Ted Cruz

Ted Cruz has an abysmal 3% environmental voting record, and he voted with the environment 0% of the time last year. We need a country that works for our families and our children, not just corporate CEOs and the big polluters Ted Cruz caters to.

 

Instead of protecting clean air and clean water from toxic pollution, Ted Cruz has dedicated his career to letting corporate polluters off the hook. Why? Since first running for Congress, Cruz has taken $2,901,632 from oil and gas interests.

 

It’s time to boot Fossil Fool Ted Cruz out of the Senate. We need to get out and vote to elect leaders who will boldly rewrite the rules of the economy so it works for working families and our kids again.

 

Dean Heller

Dean Heller

We need a country that works for our families and our children, not just corporate CEOs and the big polluters Dean Heller caters to. Dean Heller has a horrendous 11% lifetime environmental voting record, and he voted with the environment 0% of the time last year.

 

Instead of protecting clean air and clean water from toxic pollution, Dean Heller has dedicated his career to letting corporate polluters off the hook. Why? Since first running for Congress, Heller has taken $577,300 from oil and gas interests and $518,926 from coal mining interests.

 

We need to get out and vote to elect leaders who will boldly rewrite the rules of the economy so it works for working families and our kids again. It’s time to boot Fossil Fool Dean Heller out of the Senate.

 

Rick Scott

Rick Scott

Fossil Fool Rick Scott has no business being in the U.S. Senate. We need to get out and vote to elect leaders who will boldly rewrite the rules of the economy so it works for working families and our kids again.

 

Instead of protecting clean air and clean water from toxic pollution, Rick Scott has dedicated his career to letting corporate polluters off the hook. Why? According to the Tampa Bay Times, Scott’s mid-year campaign report shows he received at least $880,000 in a “gusher” of contributions from oil, gas, and energy executives.

 

Rick Scott denies the scientific consensus on climate change, and his policy of cutting funding and enforcement at the agencies that protect our health and the environment has contributed to Florida’s devastating toxic algae water crisis. We need a country that works for our families and our children, not just corporate CEOs and the big polluters Scott caters to.