SACE announced it has launched two websites to engage Florida voters who believe the state needs to prioritize solar energy and climate change policy. Hot off the presses are FloridaSolarVoter.org and FloridaClimateVoter.org.
The websites are intended to reach out to Floridians who care about solar or climate change and help make it easier for them to vote in this November’s election. The websites have four main features: 1) get registered to vote; 2) sign up to vote by mail; 3) get a reminder to vote when election day approaches; and 4) resources to learn more about the voting process.
The websites are available in both English and Spanish.
We hope that Floridians who care about solar or climate change will use these websites to make it easier for themselves and their friends and family members to vote. Online voter registration is new to Florida as of last fall, and it provides an easy way for residents to get registered to vote and encourage friends and family to do the same.
Florida has much at stake with the impacts of global warming becoming more visible each year. We still have a ways to go to live up to our name of the Sunshine State when it comes to solar energy. The elections this November are critical to securing a safe, healthy environment and a prosperous economy for generations to come.
News item from The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy