Sunday, September 1, 2019
A year before the 2018 elections, Nathaniel Stinnett vowed to raise an “army of environmental super voters” to rival the National Rifle Association.
His nonpartisan Environmental Voter Project ultimately persuaded 58,961 eco-conscious voters in six states ― Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, Nevada and Pennsylvania ― to cast ballots for the first time last year.
Monday, April 9, 2018
Campaigns are built around winning the next election—not changing the electorate in the long term. But changing the long-term shape of the electorate is all Stinnett is focused on, and to do it, he’s bucking one of the most enduring features of U.S. politics. The system is set up to cater to people who voted in the last few elections. Unlikely voters are nearly invisible.
But, if Stinnett is right, they may be the key to saving the world.
Friday, June 1, 2018
Nathaniel Stinnett rarely talks about the environment; climate change even less.
For the person who runs the Environmental Voter Project, that may sound surprising. To Mr. Stinnett, it’s pretty obvious, even if it’s difficult.
Politicians won't listen until we start voting.
The Environmental Voter Project wants your voice to be heard on every Election Day.