We've had two conventions and two debates. There are two plans and one stark choice. Which do you think is the right way forward?
Now we've all seen for ourselves how President Obama's and Mitt Romney's plans for our environment and our energy future stack up, the contrast couldn't be clearer.
At their debates, the presidential candidates gave voters some things to think about.
On oil and gas permits on public lands: "I'll double them."
"The oil industry gets $4 billion a year in corporate welfare. Does anybody think that Exxon Mobil needs some extra money? Why wouldn't we want to eliminate that?"
"By the way, I like coal."
"We've got to look at the energy sources of the future, like wind and solar."
I'll "fight for oil, coal and natural gas."
"We doubled fuel efficiency standards on cars... we've doubled clean energy production like wind and solar."
I'll do my part
All elections are about choices, and in the 2012 presidential race, the two candidates have given voters an incredibly stark choice. That's why I'm doing all I can to make sure that President Obama's vision for our health and environment is the one that wins on Election Day.
I'll Donate to the Sierra Club, so they can get the candidates' records and plans in front of more voters
I'll Vote for President Obama and all the candidates who value our health and environment
I'll Share this side-by-side comparison image with my friends and family, so they can see the contrast for themselves
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