What’s your take, Culver City voters? How should candidates publicly respond when they receive campaign contributions from lobbyists for big corporate fossil fuel?
Southern California Edison is a particularly controversial donor given the huge wildfires in California. Add in SCE’s position on net metering, which would allow you to sell your solar-generated power back to the utility company. However, Southern California Edison wants to get rid of net metering because it hurts their profits: burning fossil fuels is better for their pocketbook.
A donation from Southern California Edison may suggest that a candidate agrees with profit over people.
Unfortunately, one Culver City candidate has yet to make a public statement about a campaign donation from this big corporate fossil fuel pusher:
Turns out that Alex Fisch is involved in a case where Southern California Edison is the defendant.