It's for the sake of Folsom Lake. There's a new campaign fighting Governor Brown's Delta Tunnel Plan.
The concern is that the $25 billion proposal to funnel water to Southern California will put too much of a drain on the lake, worsening any effects from climate change.
"At least once a decade we're gonna have deadpool," said Republican Assemblywoman Beth Gaines.
Meaning the lake would drop so low that water agencies that serve Folsom, Citrus Heights, Fair Oaks and Roseville wouldn't be able to draw from it.
"Our community does have groundwater wells, we do have some backup systems. But our city has not been programmed for that," Roseville Mayor Susan Rohan said.
Local officials say they want a seat at the table as the delta plan moves forward.