Power Vote: Youth Voting for Clean Energy

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Almost 350,000 young Americans are demanding real
solutions to global warming by pledging to vote to create a clean energy
economy, green jobs for all, and to secure our climate

Power Vote, a
national non-partisan effort spearheaded by the Energy Action Coalition,
focuses on getting young students and leaders to pledge to vote to elevate the
issue of climate change in the 2008 election.

More than 10,000 youth recently gathered at over 150 events
to Get Out the (Power) Vote and put an end to dirty energy in this country. Power
Vote kicked off six days of Get Out the (Power) Vote events with a live
webcast featuring Nobel Peace Laureate Al Gore. Gore
called on students to vote
, and to hold leaders accountable for campaign
promises on clean energy and renewable technologies.

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