How Can I Vote? Primary Election Day is Tuesday, April 26th. You can find your Election Day polling place at: https://voterservices.elections.maryland.gov/PollingPlaceSearch Early voting and in-person absentee voting began Thursday, April 14th and runs through Thursday, April 21st, between 10 a.m. … Continued
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The following is a letter from CCAN Action Fund Director, Mike Tidwell, published in the Baltimore Sun November 3, 2014. Read it on the Sun’s website here. Where are Brown and Hogan on climate change? Worlds apart. Here’s the biggest … Continued
Get ready to cast your ballot on Nov. 4 Election Day 2014 in Maryland is approaching quickly. Are you ready to vote? Here is key voter information to help you cast your ballot by or on November 4th. What elections are … Continued
The CCAN Action Fund, dedicated to fighting climate change in Maryland, is staunchly opposed to the construction of a proposed $3.8 billion facility at Cove Point in Calvert County to export fracked Appalachian gas to Asia. In the wake of … Continued
A few weeks ago, CCAN Action Fund sent a questionnaire to the Terry McAuliffe and Ken Cuccinelli campaigns. We asked a series of questions about where they stand on climate and clean energy policies, and what they’ll do as governor … Continued
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We’re fighting for policies to cut carbon pollution and rapidly transition our region to clean energy. Science demands no less. Our elected leaders must take action – and we must hold them accountable.
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In coastal Hampton Roads, the costs of inaction on climate change aren’t a future threat, they are a present reality. A new video released by the Center for American Progress provides a great overview of the “slow-motion disaster” that residents of Norfolk are … Continued