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EarthPlex Endorses Joe Biden for President | 2020



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 EarthPlex Endorses Joe Biden for President


Note: This post was written prior to the 2020 presidential election and remains unchanged.
Election day is tomorrow, and even though there are four serious candidates, this is a two-person race between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. I'm not a psychic, but I can predict that this will be a close race, so if you happen to be an undecided voter who is reading up on which candidate you should vote for, we'll make that decision a little easier for you.

EarthPlex has endorsed Joe Biden before, but we don't have a post dedicated to our endorsement, though you can read our environmental analyses of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.

EarthPlex is a climate platform, so we analyze candidates strictly based on their environmental plans and records. Donald Trump has served for almost an entire term now, and climate change has worsened by a terrifying amount. Unfortunately, Donald Trump won't accept the science. He blamed a lack of forest management for the California wildfires even though, according to Politico, 60 percent of California forests are federally owned.

President Trump has pushed to increase fossil fuel drilling and has repeatedly mocked and bullied the young climate activist, Greta Thunberg. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have fought for the climate in the past, and they plan to invest in clean and renewable energy sources. Our environmental analyses of them explain a lot more about their environmental records and plans, so I suggest checking them out in the links below.

The 2020 presidential election is one of the most important elections in US history. A vote for the Biden-Harris ticket is necessary for our planet's future. Research and vote.




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