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  • Press Release March 6, 2016   |  Seth Stein

    LCV Statement on Democratic Debate in Flint

    Washington, D.C. – Tonight, the Democratic presidential candidates met for a debate in Flint, Michigan. In response, LCV National Press Secretary Seth Stein issued the following statement:

    “Tonight, we heard more substantive discussion of environmental issues in the first eleven minutes than in the last eleven Republican debates. We commend Hillary Clinton for calling for this debate to be held in Flint, which clearly shone a spotlight on critically important issues like environmental justice, clean water ...More

  • Press Release March 3, 2016   |  Seth Stein

    LCV Victory Fund and Priorities USA Action Drop Early-Vote Mailer in Critical Primary States

    Washington, D.C. – Following Hillary Clinton’s big wins on Super Tuesday, today, the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Victory Fund and Priorities USA Action announced a direct mail campaign in support of Hillary Clinton for president and targets Democratic primary voters in Florida and North Carolina, encouraging them to take advantage of early vote options in their states. The $274,000 campaign targets 565,000 households.

    This is the first independent expenditure by LCV Victory ...More

  • Press Release March 2, 2016   |  Hannah Blatt

    California LCV & LCV Action Fund Endorse Congressman Ami Bera for Re-Election

    WASHINGTON, DC— The California League of Conservation Voters (CLCV) and the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Action Fund, announced today their endorsement of Dr. Ami Bera for re-election to Congress (CA-7). Bera is committed to combating climate change, protecting our public lands and growing our clean energy economy.

    “Dr. Ami Bera is a critical ally who works tirelessly to protect public health and safeguard our environment for generations to come,” said LCV ...More

  • Press Release March 2, 2016   |  Hannah Blatt

    Update on LCV’s GreenRoots Program for Hillary Clinton

    WASHINGTON, DC—The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) is proud to have mobilized its members as volunteers for Hillary Clinton through its grassroots program, GreenRoots. To date, GreenRoots has engaged more than 250 LCV members who have completed more than 1,140 shifts, with nearly 370 of those shifts completed during the days leading up to the primaries and caucuses. The GreenRoots program has recruited members in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, Colorado, and Virginia and has ...More

  • Press Release March 1, 2016   |  Seth Stein

    LCV Congratulates Hillary on Big "Super Tuesday" Victories

    Washington, D.C. – Hillary Clinton was announced as the winner of the majority of the states that voted tonight in the “Super Tuesday” 2016 Democratic presidential primaries. Republican frontrunner Donald Trump also won the majority of the states in his party’s primaries tonight. In response League of Conservation Voters President Gene Karpinski issued the following statement:

    “Congratulations to Hillary! Tonight she scored a series of big wins in the Democratic primary, where voters have tuned in ...More

  • Press Release February 27, 2016   |  Seth Stein

    LCV Congratulates Hillary on South Carolina Win

    Washington, D.C. – Today, Hillary Clinton was announced as the winner of the 2016 Democratic presidential primary in South Carolina.

    “We are thrilled to congratulate Hillary on yet another win in the Democratic primary,” said LCV President Gene Karpinski. “The people of South Carolina recognize that she will continue to be a leader in the fight against climate change, which threatens South Carolina’s valuable tourism industry, and stand up for environmental justice for Flint and vulnerable ...More

  • Press Release February 26, 2016   |  Seth Stein

    LCV Statement on SHARE Act

    Washington, D.C. – In response to the anticipated passage of the SHARE Act (H.R. 2406) by the House of Representatives, LCV Land Conservation Fellow Andy French issued the following statement:

    “Rather than charting a bright future for America’s national parks in their Centennial year, Republican leaders in the House instead passed a bill that would roll back protections for America’s treasured public lands and harm wildlife management efforts across the country. We thank our House ...More

  • Press Release February 25, 2016   |  Seth Stein

    LCV Statement on Sen. Cruz Standing in The Way of Flint Aid Deal

    Washington, D.C. – In response to reports that Sen. Ted Cruz is standing in the way of the bipartisan Flint aid deal in the Senate, LCV National Press Secretary Seth Stein issued the following statement:

    “Clean drinking water is a right, not a privilege. Sen. Cruz is playing politics with the Flint crisis – it is simply despicable to hold up this bipartisan aid package while the people of Flint continue to suffer. His repeated ...More

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