Tuesday's Election Day and Republicans are hoping to take control of Congress. For the past couple of weeks, VICE News has been covering some of the tightest midterm races and investigating what's at stake for the environment and climate change.
Let's begin out west, where Colorado's key Senate race is a battle for America's environment.
Jared Polis represents Boulder and is an advocate for putting a price on carbon emissions.
VICE News correspondent Ari Ratner traveled to Kansas in search of the Keystone XL pipeline and its impact on the midterm elections.
While the environment and climate change have become bonafide campaign issues in some races, in West Virginia the candidates are fighting over who's the greater champion of coal.
In North Carolina, incumbent Kay Hagan is neck-and-neck with Thom Thillis, a climate change denier.
Scott Brown's trying to unseat Jeanne Shaheen in New Hampshire and environmental groups think concerns about climate change might invigorate the electorate.
Across the country concerns about protecting the environment are clashing with the boom in domestic oil and gas production. Ari Ratner checks out what's going on in Colorado.
Environmental groups are spending big during the midterms and it seems to be paying off.
And, finally, in Michigan a candidate's environmentalism might be a winning strategy.
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