Election 2020

Presidential Candidates on Climate Change And Renewable Energy

Candidate Commitment to #NoFossilFuelMoney

We're asking candidates, "Will you commit to No Fossil Fuel Campaign Money?"

Candidates making this commitment are adopting a policy of not knowingly accepting any contributions over $200 from the PACs, executives, or front groups of fossil fuel companies - companies whose primary business is the extraction, processing, distribution, or sale of oil, gas, or coal.

We encourage all candidates for NH public office to make a commitment today to align with the national movement to stop taking dirty campaign funds.

ECHO Action NH is sharing the names of candidates who commit to no fossil fuel funding. This is not an endorsement of the candidate. Their commitment demonstrates their willingness to prioritize climate action, renewable energy, jobs and protection of our health, safety and a livable planet, now and for future generations.

Learn more about the impacts of climate change in New Hampshire.

"As a candidate for office, I commit to not to taking campaign contributions from climate polluters so that the public can be confident that my votes on energy policy are in the best interests of my constituents. 


I commit to not taking contributions from the oil, gas, and coal industry and instead prioritize the health of our families, climate, and democracy over fossil fuel industry profits.


NH Candidates: I will refuse campaign contributions of $200 or more from executives, in-house lobbyists and others employed by the following companies: Eversource, Liberty Utilities, Kinder Morgan, BP, Chevron, Exxon Mobil, Global Partners, Global Petroleum, National Grid, Shell and Enbridge Energy."


PLEASE VOTE! General Election: 11/3/2020