Get out the vote for wildlife
Conservation Northwest / Oct 27, 2020 / Legislation
The outcome of this election will have critical implications for our cherished wildlands, wildlife and communities. Please cast your ballot for a wild future!
By the Conservation Northwest team
Election Day is just a week away, and we want to make sure you’re ready to vote by November 3rd.
A thriving, resilient and wild Northwest depends on your voice in this important election. Every ballot makes a difference for our communities and the wild places and animals we cherish. Please be sure to cast your ballot and VOTE!
From federal to state and county-level elections, your vote will help shape the future of our public lands—the forests, watersheds, and sagelands that provide clean air and water, as well as vital habitat for wildlife, and opportunities for outdoor recreation and sustainable revenue for rural economies. It will also influence the protections and recovery efforts put in place for imperiled native species like wolverines and strategies to mitigate climate change impacts.
You’ve probably already received your ballot in the mail, so please make sure to have a plan to safely cast your vote on time! In fact, the earlier you send in or drop off your ballot, the better—please submit yours as soon as possible to ensure your voice is counted! Click here to track the status of your ballot.
Countless times, we’ve asked you to speak up for wildlands and wildlife threatened by slashed protections, habitat loss, and ecological degradation, and you’ve taken action. Now, we’re asking you to speak up on behalf of our priceless natural heritage through your vote—a wild Northwest depends on it.
THANK YOU FOR CASTING YOUR BALLOT ON TIME! FOR RESOURCES ON VOTING, ELECTIONS, AND MORE, CLICK HERE.