WASHINGTON - The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) today announced its involvement in the Wisconsin Senate race with a $1 million dollar ad buy designed to help make Tammy Baldwin the next United States Senator. LCV is launching two ads that will air today through Election Day. "Cash," running in the Milwaukee media market, highlights how Tommy Thompson cashed in when he joined a lobbying firm in Washington. "Allies," running in the Madison media market,
WASHINGTON D.C. - The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Victory Fund and House Majority PAC today launched a $700,000 television ad campaign outlining that while Texas families are working harder than ever, Rep. Francisco Canseco (TX-23) is playing by a different set of rules - he was sued for deception by small business clients, voted to give millionaires like himself a huge tax cut and protected tax breaks for corporations shipping American jobs overseas.
WASHINGTON D.C. - The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) and Majority PAC today launched an $800,000 television ad campaign outlining how sending George Allen back to Washington would be a loss for Virginians and a win for millionaires, companies that ship American jobs overseas and Big Oil companies. The ad, “Who Loses,” starts airing tomorrow through Election Day on cable and broadcast in the Norfolk, Richmond and Charlottesville media markets. “If George Allen makes ...More
WASHINGTON, D.C. –The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) today announced a new $850,000 television ad campaign re-launching an ad featuring a former employee of a local wind turbine manufacturing plant who says he “got laid off because Mitt Romney and his friends in Congress want to eliminate tax credits for wind energy.” The ad begins airing tomorrow in the Denver media market and runs through Election Day.“Mitt Romney’s anti-clean energy policies would create jobs, ...More
WASHINGTON D.C. - The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Victory Fund and Majority PAC today launched a new $800,000 television ad campaign outlining the risks of sending former uranium mining lobbyist Jeff Flake to the Senate. Flake has worked in Congress to allow mining for radioactive uranium near the Grand Canyon and Colorado River, which would endanger the drinking water of 25 million Americans, while taking campaign cash from his mining industry allies. The ad,
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) today launched a new web video against Rep. Dan Benishek (MI-01) highlighting his response to a climate change question at a recent debate. When asked if global warming was a major threat to the Great Lakes, Benishek said “I’m not sure how significant global warming is” as the audience booed and laughed at his denial of climate change.
“Audiences are laughing at Dan Benishek’s denial of climate
WASHINGTON – Scott Brown is trying to hide his record of obstructing President Obama’s agenda, claiming to be concerned about climate change at a recent debate despite the fact he’s voted to permanently prevent EPA scientists from curbing dangerous global warming pollution. As part of his 278 votes against President Obama, Brown has repeatedly voted to roll back Clean Air Act safeguards helping to combat climate change.
“The only kind of change Brown’s been concerned about
Redford delivers remarks while accepting LCV Lifetime Achievement Award in New York ** Video, Photos **
WASHINGTON, D.C. – While accepting the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Lifetime Achievement Award last night in New York, environmentalist and actor Robert Redford spoke about what’s at stake for the environment in this year’s election. For more than twenty years, Redford has worked with LCV to pass laws that protect the air we breathe and the water