Pledge Signers

The following candidates and elected officials have signed the No Fossil Fuel Money Pledge.

Taking the pledge means that a candidate’s campaign will adopt a policy to not knowingly accept any contributions over $200 from the PACs, executives, or front groups of fossil fuel companies — companies whose primary business is the extraction, processing, distribution, or sale of oil, gas, or coal.

National Signers

Bill Bass
Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives (NY-24)
Ilhan Omar
Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives (MN-05)
Jacob Leddy
Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives (TX-12)
Clint Tannehill
Candidate for U.S. Senate (WA)
David Goodwin
Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives (KY-04)
Doug Campbell
Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives (MT-AL)
Adam DeMarco
Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives (MD-03)
Eduardo Rosas
Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives (MD-03)
Brian Pugh
Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives (SC-06)
Collin Richard Carlson
Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives (WA-02)
Casey Welch
Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives (AZ-02)
Michael Hepburn
Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives (FL-27)
Shadi Ayyas
Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives (VA-10)
Jonathan Park**
Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives (VA-11)
Gary Rucinski
Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives (MA-04)
Tim Canova
Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives (FL-23)
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* Some California pledge-takers ​have signed a pledge to not take money from the oil industry. The pledge was developed by Oil Money Out, a California group, in light of the extraordinary influence the oil industry holds in California politics.

** Some Virginia pledge-takers have signed a pledge to not take money from Dominion Energy. The pledge was developed by Activate VA, a Virginia group, in light of the extraordinary influence Dominion holds in Virginia politics.

*** Some Colorado pledge signers have signed a pledge to not take money from the fossil fuel industry, and to support strong climate action and a just transition to clean energy. The pledge was developed by The Colorado People’s Climate Justice Platform, a Colorado coalition, in light of the extraordinary influence the fossil fuel industry holds in Colorado politics.