Washington DC—Today the League of Conservation Voters Action Fund (LCV Action Fund) and Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund (Victory Fund) endorsed Matt Heinz for U.S. House of Representatives – underscoring the importance of his candidacy to both the environmental and LGBT communities. Dr. Heinz’s strong record in the state legislature makes him the best choice for Arizona’s 2nd Congressional District.
“Southern Arizonans need a strong environmental ally like Dr. Matt Heinz in Congress,” said LCV Action
Washington, D.C. – Today, LCV Victory Fund is announcing they will use a $2.6 million mail campaign to reach out to millennials and others in the final days of the Presidential election in the critical battleground states of Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.
The mail reaching out to millennials uses frank language to explain that a vote for third-party candidates increases the chances of a Trump presidency. It is being sent to
WASHINGTON, DC—The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Action Fund, which works to elect candidates who will implement sound environmental policies, announced today its endorsement of Peter DeFazio for re-election to Congress (OR-4). Having represented Oregon for over 25 years, Congressman DeFazio has proven himself a crucial environmental leader who works to combat climate change, promote clean energy and protect public lands.
“Congressman DeFazio has time and again shown he is an independent and effective legislator
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Glenn, Coffman named to LCV’s signature “Dirty Dozen’ list; Woods named to “Dirty Dozen in the States”
Denver, CO – Today, the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) and Conservation Colorado Victory Fund are calling out three of Colorado’s most anti-environmental candidates: U.S. Senate candidate Darryl Glenn, U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, and state Senator Laura Woods.
LCV is naming Senate candidate Daryl Glenn and Congressional candidate Rep. Mike Coffman to its signature “Dirty Dozen”
Digital ad details ExxonMobil’s attempts to deny climate science and Rep. Cresent Hardy’s support for the oil industry
Washington, D.C. – Amid allegations that ExxonMobil ignored its own scientists and instead fueled climate science denial for decades, the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) is launching an effort to communicate with voters about House candidates with ties to the oil giant. The effort is being launched with digital advertising targeting Cresent Hardy, running for re-election in Nevada’s
Washington, D.C. – Today, the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) is naming incumbent Rep. David Jolly to their signature “Dirty Dozen” list, and announcing a $200,000 mail campaign to defeat him in Florida’s 13th Congressional district. This follows LCV and LCV Victory Fund announcing that they would spend $1 million or more to defeat House candidates in the 2016 cycle.
The six piece mail campaign will target 60,000 households in the district, detailing Jolly’s terrible record
Mail program details the divisive rhetoric of the Lewis/Trump ticket
Washington, D.C. – Today, the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) is announcing a $227,000 mail campaign to defeat Jason Lewis in the race for the open seat in Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional district. This follows LCV naming Jason Lewis to its signature Dirty Dozen list in September, and joining LCV Victory Fund to announce that they would spend $1 million or more to defeat House candidates in
Program will targets voters in North Carolina, Nevada, Pennsylvania Senate races
Washington, DC: Today, the New American Jobs Fund (Jobs Fund) is announcing the launch of an over $1.5 million persuasion mail program in the North Carolina, Nevada, and Pennsylvania Senate races. The program will consist of two flights of mail targeting 1.2 million households across the three states, mobilizing voters to turn out for Deborah Ross, Catherine Cortez Masto and Katie McGinty.
“Our combined efforts in