Sign the Pledge!

We are now encouraging candidates to sign the national No Fossil Fuel Money Pledge. To sign, please share a picture of yourself on social media indicating your taking of the pledge, and let us know!

I pledge to not take contributions from the oil, gas, and coal industry and instead prioritize the health of our families, climate, and democracy over fossil fuel industry profits.

Follow the instructions below to take the No Fossil Fuel Money Pledge. If you have any questions, please send an email to

1. Take a photo of yourself signing the pledge (printable) or create a shareable graphic that includes your name, seat you’re running for, and the text of the pledge.

2. Post the photo or graphic on your website or social media accounts with the hashtag #nofossilfuelmoney

3. Fill out this form to notify the No Fossil Fuel Money Coalition. If you are a candidate in Massachusetts, please also notify Andrew Gordon at so that we can help spread the word of your action in Massachusetts!



Text of the Clean Money for Climate Pledge (for posterity)

The Clean Money for Climate Pledge: "As a candidate for office in Massachusetts, I pledge not to take campaign contributions from climate polluters so that the public can be confident that my votes on energy policy are in the best interests of my constituents.

Specifically, I will refuse campaign contributions of $200 and over from executives, in-house lobbyists and others employed by the following ten companies: BP, Chevron, Eversource, Exxon Mobil, Global Partners, Global Petroleum, Kinder Morgan, National Grid, Shell and Spectra Energy. "

Questions? Curious about why we're focusing on these ten companies? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page, or email Andrew Gordon, 

Are you a candidate for state or local office in Massachusetts, but don't see your name on the drop-down menu? If so, email Andrew Gordon,, to sign the pledge.