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Michigan Climate Action Network does not endorse or oppose any of the candidates for public office. The candidates’ fitness for office should be judged on a variety of qualifications that go beyond their responses to the questions contained in the survey.
We wrote our candidate questionnaire with input from the Michigan Climate Action Network steering committee and energy policy experts. We made the questionnaire into a survey on our website, and the link was only shared with the candidates. We asked candidates to respond by July 20. We also clearly stated on our questionnaire website, in our emails, and in our mailings that MiCAN does not endorse or oppose candidates.
We compiled a list of all the emails and phone numbers we could find for all of the candidates for the House of Representatives, using the list on the Secretary of State official candidate list. On July 2, we emailed the questionnaire to the candidate emails. On July 6, we then mailed a hard copy of the questionnaires to the 121 candidates for whom we did not have an email address, asking that they either fill out the questionnaire on the website or email their responses to the MiCAN Director’s email. We sent a text to candidate phone numbers on July 6 with a link to take the questionnaire. We then sent follow up emails on July 15 and called all of the 382 candidates who had not yet responded on July 16. We left messages for 204, 166 candidates answered this call, and there were 12 numbers where there was no answer or the number failed. On July 20, we texted 359 candidates and emailed the 244 who all that had not yet responded with a final reminder to take the questionnaire.
By July 27, we had received 89 responses. We made these responses available on our website, shared them via email and social media, and shared them with coalition partners.