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Caroline Gleich Oct 31
I voted–have you? Join me and this election. Learn more and educate your vote with ’s Voters Guide:
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Jared Polis Oct 15
There is no special interest worth our land, air, & water being taken from us and sold off to polluters. These majestic places belong to us. I'll always fight to keep in public hands.
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Amy Roberts Nov 9
The Outdoor Industry Association’s first-ever campaign reached 14 million Americans, and 19 of the 23 candidates it endorsed for the Senate, the House, and governorships succeeded. and Americans did.
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Public Land Lover Nov 4
While fishing on this weekend, someone smashed the window in our and stole my 's backpack that had (among other things) his kindergarten school pics inside. Let's work together to ensure proper funding of law enforcement.
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Katie Boué Nov 6
Replying to @katieboue
This is huge, because we don't have the White House anymore to support us. is pure grassroots, it's simply the voice of the people–and now we see that the collective voice of outdoorists is indeed more powerful that the voice of the White House. That's just wow.
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REI Nov 7
Connecticut voters passed Amendment 2. It protects public lands by requiring hearings ahead of land sales and transfers, and that the sales be approved by a two-thirds vote in the state House and Senate. Learn more: .
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Abigail Wise Oct 15
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Timberland Nov 2
If you love the outdoors as much as we do, we encourage you to on November 6. Get informed before Tuesday and learn more about the candidates who are committed to protecting the outdoors.
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REI Nov 7
Georgia voters passed the Outdoor Stewardship Amendment. It dedicates part of the existing sales taxes on outdoor and sporting goods to support the state's waters and lands.
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ALLIED Down Oct 25
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Jennifer Broome Oct 15
This gal who spends a lot of time in the outdoors hopes you’ll next month. Public lands and this earth are precious. Please vote to protect them.
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Caroline Gleich Oct 17
I pledge to this November–will you? Join the movement and get empowered with ’s Voters Guide:
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REI Nov 6
The outdoors is not red or blue, it’s for all. And this Election Day we're watching a few key measures.
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SNEWS Oct 17
Why wants you to this November
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Ann Morgan Oct 15
on November 6th! We need leaders who will protect our quality of life.
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Wes Siler Oct 11
.’s complete guide to the mid-term elections:
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Menasha Ridge Press Nov 5
Five Reasons to Protect Public Lands by Voting in the Midterms
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🏔 Conrad  Anker  ⚓️ Aug 31
. In Livingston, MT at the Last Best Outdoors Fest. Always great to get a bear hug from this farmer, teacher and Senator. Thanks for being an advocate for public lands.
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Backpacker Magazine Oct 17
“No matter your political stripes, the outdoors brings us together. Pledge to this November, and get educated + empowered with ’s Voters Guide. @getoutmoretour
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Katie Boué Nov 8
. making me cry in public giving me a shout-out for my work on the campaign right after Gov-elect made his first public address after being elected. 😭🙏💛
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