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Science Mayday! Help CA-25 Candidate Jess Phoenix save the earth!

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Science Mayday! Help CA-25 Candidate Jess Phoenix save the earth!

Mayday! Mayday! Science is under assault!

The earth is paying the price for it’s lack of evidence-based policy. Let’s beam up a solution: send scientist and CA-25 candidate Jess Phoenix to Congress for some much needed evidence-based policy and solutions.

The greatest threat to our security and prosperity is global climate change. Scientists agree – human activity is a big factor. When Republicans in Congress deny this reality, they are setting Americans up for suffering. I’ve studied climate change around the world during my decade of work as a scientist, and I will bring truth and facts to the table.” – Jess Phoenix

To save the earth, a Phoenix must rise!

Answer science’s distress call

We need your help this May Day. That’s right, the Science Mayday is being held on May Day. Members of the science fiction community, celebrity supporters, real scientists, and people just like you and me will gather at IgnitedSpaces on Hollywood Blvd in support of Jess’s campaign.

The event is hosted by:

  • Bruno Amato
  • Eric Balfour
  • John Billingsley
  • Mary Chieffo
  • Chad Coleman
  • Aron Eisenberg
  • Spencer Garrett
  • Terry Matalas
  • Mary E. McGlynn
  • Bill Prady
  • Randi Mayem Singer
  • Tara Strong
  • Christopher Titus
  • Wil Wheaton
  • Joss Whedon
  • and more to be announced!

Join Jess in the pro-science resistance

Get your tickets here: https://www.jess2018.com/events/sciencemayday

The event is on May 1st, 2018 from 7-9:30pm at IgnitedSpaces Hollywood at 7080 Hollywood Blvd, Penthouse, Los Angeles, CA 90028.

Heavy hors d’ourves and drinks will be served.

Parking is located behind the building off of LaBrea. Turn down the first alleyway and the garage is on your right. Parking is a flat $10 rate. Once you enter the garage, enter into the lobby and our volunteers will escort you up to the Penthouse (11th floor).

Learn more about Jess’s position on the environment on her official CA-25 Candidate page. Jess’s campaign is grassroots, so your shares matter! Be sure to share this post with your friends. Taking back the House is critical, so your shares and support matters.

Remember to vote in the CA primary on June 5, 2018.

Climate Change is Real! | CA-25 Candidate Jess Phoenix

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Climate Change is Real! | CA-25 Candidate Jess Phoenix

Jess Phoenix believes Climate Change is Real! She’s running to win the position of representing California District CA-25

The greatest threat to our security and prosperity is global climate change. Scientists agree – human activity is a big factor. When Republicans in Congress deny this reality, they are setting Americans up for suffering. I’ve studied climate change around the world during my decade of work as a scientist, and I will bring truth and facts to the table.” – Jess Phoenix

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Donald Trump is doing everything in his power to undermine the environmental progress we’ve made here in the US. In fact here is a quote he’s made in the past. “You can’t get hurt with extreme weather” Well Mr.Trump, tell that victims of Hurricane Harvey or Katrina. Let’s move closer to home! How about the people who lost their lives or loved ones and have suffered tremendous financial loss due to the California Wildfires and Flooding. Trump is joined in this ignorant thought process by current CA-25 congressman Steve Knight.

Let’s Vote Him Out!

You can read on Wikipedia, “Throughout the early months of 2017, there was heavy rainfall over most of California, which triggered widespread flooding, thus temporarily mitigating the state’s severe drought conditions. However, according to a report published by the National Inter-agency Fire Center, the potential for large fires was “expected to remain near normal through the spring, but once fine fuels dry out, there will likely be a spike in grass fire activity.”

In December 2017, strong Santa Ana winds triggered a new round of wildfires, including the massive Thomas Fire in Ventura County. The December 2017 fires forced over 230,000 people to evacuate, with the 6 largest fires burning over 307,900 acres and more than 1,300 structures.

Jess Phoenix along with other have called out congressman Steve Knight for voting to stop assistance for those affected by these climate changed induced catastrophes.

In Santa Clarita, CA – CA25 United for Progress (CA25UP, 25UP) has posted a billboard at the intersection of Magic Mountain Parkway and Railroad Avenue in Santa Clarita. The purpose is to expose Congressman Steve Knight’s “NO” votes to aid California wildfire victims. Knight’s votes end the ability for wildfire victims to take property casualty deductions on their income taxes under the new GOP Tax Bill.
Knight voted in favor of the bill, which leaves those who suffer property losses without the ability to deduct them on their tax returns. This despite extensive phone calls, emails, and texts from constituents. There were also rallies outside of each of his three in-district offices.

CA25UP asserts that by voting for this historically unpopular tax bill, Knight has voted “NO” on providing financial relief for California wildfire victims. Knight claimed he co-sponsored a separate bill that would supply aid to fire victims living in federal disaster areas in 2017. On Dec. 21, Knight’s press release claimed, “I’m relieved my colleagues and I were able to successfully put these provisions into this [fire] aid package.” But the next day, Dec. 22, the GOP Congress declined to approve the measure. CA25UP Chair Philip Germain responded, “It’s clear that GOP Congressional leadership was trying to provide cover for its most vulnerable members up for re-election next November. They put through a bill that they knew the GOP-controlled Senate would quash.”

CA25 United for Progress (CA25UP, 25UP) is a non-profit social welfare organization founded in December 2016

The Primary Election is June 5, 2018… Vote Jess Phoenix

 

CA-25-Jess2018 – Use your voice. Vote!

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CA-25-Jess2018 – Use your voice. Vote!

“Are you tired of what’s going on in Congress? Me too,” says Jess Phoenix. “Now is the time to stop sending professional fundraisers to Congress. Now is the time for grassroots candidates with experience in problem-solving.”

CA-25 Candidate Jess Phoenix runs a grassroots campaign

Easier said than done, right? Maybe not. The current congressman from California’s 25th district, Republican Steve Knight, is considered highly vulnerable in this year’s mid-term election. Jess, a geologist and founder of the research organization Blueprint Earth, hopes to replace Knight, a climate change denier who has consistently voted to cut funding for environmental programs. She’s only one of the scientists-turned-candidates taking advantage of the recent surge in political activism. Jess, and all of the grassroots candidates who want to change the culture in Washington, are hoping that that interest will translate into more people turning out to vote. And not just in national elections, but in local elections, like the California primary on June 5th.

California Primary Voter Information

In 2010, California adopted a “top-two” system for its primary elections. Whatever their party affiliation, all voters can participate in the primaries.  The two candidates who receive the most votes will go on to compete in the general election. If both of those candidates belong to the same party, they’ll still run against each other for the 25th district seat on November 6th.

Anyone not currently registered to vote can still register for the primary election by May 21st. They can also apply for a mail-in ballot by May 29th. Information about voting, and the location of polling places, can be found on the California Secretary of State’s website: www.sos.ca.gov. There’s also the Vote California App available for mobile phones, or residents can text VOTE for 468683. However residents get their voting information, Jess Phoenix encourages them to use it. She believes that “people, especially young people, can’t afford to say, ‘I don’t care about politics’ anymore.”