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I called Gov. Rauner, and so should you!

February 25, 2016

Call to GovI just made a call to Gov. Rauner and so should you!

Here in Illinois, we think it’s important to begin a stakeholder process (the formal process of talking to the public and interest groups before drafting state plans) so that our state can be ready to go on clean energy. We don’t want the clean energy revolution to leave us behind.

Gov. Rauner will be making a decision in the next few weeks about whether or not Illinois should move ahead with taking public feedback on state implementation.

It’s important that he hear from us that we want Illinois to be a leader in clean energy, and we see beginning beginning a stakeholder process as an important step in that process.

Please call the Governor today!

Phone number:

217-782-0244 or 312-814-2121


Hi. My name is ______ and I’m an Illinois resident. I’m calling to ask that Gov. Rauner move ahead with the Illinois EPA’s stakeholder process and listening sessions on the Clean Power Plan. Illinois needs more clean energy jobs and starting a stakeholder process is an important first step in making sure our state doesn’t fall behind in the race for clean energy. In addition, renewable energy development provides critical tax revenue to local communities and counties as our state weathers budget cutsLet me know once you make a call so that we can track how many we’re driving in!When you’ve made a call, comment on this post! You can also copy this text and post a photo of yourself making a call on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media!


Here’s a sample tweet. It links back here so people can get the number to call and sample script.

I called #govrauner and so should you! Tell him to support #IEPA process with #CleanPowerPlan



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