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Maryland is now poised to become the 8th state committed to at least 50% clean energy by 2030!

With less than an hour to go before Sine Die, Maryland’s
climate coalition overcame numerous hurdles and won passage of the Clean Energy Jobs Act.
The coalition was seemingly everywhere in Annapolis the last few weeks and Maryland LCV led a robust campaign including
paid radio ads,
a full page ad in the Capital Gazette, a digital campaign that reached over 200,000 people and
hundreds of calls to key committee members that helped force the bill through the Economic Matters committee
and back into play the last weekend of session. The bill wasn’t a total victory – a provision to eliminate credits for
incineration didn’t make it through the house committee despite passing the full Senate, but action
by the Baltimore City Council in February may close Baltimore’s incinerators regardless. The legislation now heads to Gov. Hogan, who we hope will sign the bill, though the coalition built enough support to override a veto if necessary

By |2019-12-07T12:51:39-05:00April 9th, 2019|Categories: Press|0 Comments

MARYLAND LCV RELEASES 2018 ENVIRONMENTAL SCORECARD

Columbia, MD – On September 13, 2018, the Maryland League of Conservation Voters (LCV) announced the 2018 Environmental Scorecard. The annual report highlights the environmental voting record of all 188 legislators and describes the General Assembly’s overall record on those issues each year.

The organization reports that 2018 Session was a complicated year for the environment in the Maryland General Assembly. On the one hand, legislators did pass several bills of environmental importance and in multiple instances the environment was a bipartisan concern. While those bills were important, based on the 2018 Environmental Scorecard, leaders in the General Assembly lacked the courage to allow top environmental priorities for a vote in their committees. This inaction short changes Marylanders from truly understanding where their elected officials stand on top environmental issues in our state and further disenfranchises the voters in a key election year.

“Disappointingly, we saw long-time elected environmental champions fail to support environmental priorities, or refuse to bring them up for a vote. ” Karla Raettig, Executive Director of Maryland LCV. “In particular, we are particularly concerned at the shelving of top environmental legislation, such as the styrofoam ban. These bills are supported by strong community-led coalitions with broad legislative support that key leaders in legislative committees refused a vote on. Once legislators return to Annapolis in January, Maryland LCV will be there to hold them accountable for their actions, or inactions.”

The organization also unveiled the 2018 “Green Champions,” an exceptional group of legislators whose superlative leadership on environmental legislation includes a current 2018 Environmental score of 100 percent, lifetime scores above 95 percent, and primary sponsorship of priority environmental legislation during the previous three years.

“We are proud to present our 2018 Green Champions, who are leading the way on environmental progress in Maryland,” said Ed Hatcher, Maryland LCV Board Chair.  “Our Green Champions not only vote right, but they also understand the urgency of the environmental agenda and are making it part of their political identity. We need to support them in every way we can.”

The thirteen legislators honored this year are Senators Shirley Nathan-Pulliam, Paul Pinsky, and Victor Ramirez, along with Delegates Luke Clippinger, David Fraser-Hidalgo, Bill Frick, Tawanna Gaines, Anne Healey, Steve Lafferty, Clarence Lam, Brooke Lierman, Shane Robinson, and Robbyn Lewis.

The scorecard is available online and includes records of votes cast on the floor of the House and Senate and in committees, along with past voting records.  Go to http://scorecard.mdlcv.org to see the scorecard and follow #MDLCVScore on social media.

Maryland LCV has also created an interactive map with legislative voting information, which provides Marylanders with contact information for their legislators.

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 Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV) is a state-wide nonpartisan organization that uses political action and education to protect our air, land, public health, and water. Maryland LCV endorses and elects pro-conservation candidates and holds elected officials accountable through legislative scorecards. A leading legislative watchdog in Annapolis, we have advocated for smart environmental policies for almost 40 years, working to make Maryland a healthy and prosperous place for families and communities. Maryland LCV protects public health by fighting for restoration of the Chesapeake Bay and local waters, preserving green spaces, promoting smarter growth and increasing Maryland’s investment in clean energy.

By |2019-12-07T12:48:02-05:00September 13th, 2018|Categories: Press|0 Comments

Maryland League of Conservation Voters Announces General Election Endorsements

For Immediate Release
August 16, 2018

Contact: Kristen Harbeson, Political Director kharbeson@mdlcv.org
cell: 410 952 8100

Maryland League of Conservation Voters Announces General Election Endorsements

(Annapolis, MD) Today the Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV) released a round of endorsed candidates for the Maryland General Assembly in the 2018 state general elections. With a success rate of over 90% after the June primary elections, the organization said the two Senate candidates and sixteen House candidates are ready to lead their communities with the environment as a central issue to their campaign.

“The general election is 83 days away and these strong conservation leaders are fresh from the primary victories, hitting the ground to be strong advocates in their communities and for the environment,” said Karla Raettig, Executive Director of Maryland LCV. “These candidates will lead in the General Assembly with our values to protect our air, land, water, and communities at the forefront.”

Latest Round of Endorsements as of August 16, 2018

Candidate

County

District/ Seat

Delores G. Kelley

Baltimore County

10/ Senator

Obie Patterson

Prince George’s County

26/ Senator

Ken Kerr

Frederick County 3B/ Delegate

Lily Qi

Montgomery County

15/ Delegate

Emily Shetty

Montgomery County

18/ Delegate

Jared Solomon

Montgomery County

18/ Delegate

Charlotte Crutchfield

Montgomery County

19/ Delegate

Vaughn Stewart

Montgomery County

19/ Delegate

Mary A. Lehman

Prince George’s and Anne Arundel Counties

21/ Delegate

Veronica Turner

Prince George’s County

26/ Delegate

Jason T. Fowler

Calvert County

27C/ Delegate

Julia Margaret Nichols

St. Mary’s and Calvert Counties

29C/ Delegate

Alice Cain

Anne Arunel County

30A/ Delegate

Mike Shay

Anne Arunel County

30B/ Delegate

Gabriel Acevero

Montgomery County

39/ Delegate

Melissa Wells

Baltimore City

40/ Delegate

Regina T. Boyce

Baltimore City

43/ Delegate

Maryland LCV’s endorsement process is based on proven leadership on the environment for incumbents and a thorough evaluation of new candidate’s background and commitment to the environment.

Before each state election, the Maryland League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Board of Directors and staff evaluate questionnaires and conduct interviews with dozens of candidates for state-wide office, including Comptroller, Attorney General, and Governor as well candidates as for the Maryland House of Delegates and Senate. In the 2018 Primary and General elections, Maryland LCV will once again campaign to elect pro-conservation candidates.

More endorsements will be released in the coming months.

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By |2019-12-07T13:00:43-05:00August 16th, 2018|Categories: Press|0 Comments

Environmental Candidates Win Big in Maryland Primary

June 27, 2018 (Annapolis, MD) With 91 percent of their endorsed candidates winning races in yesterday’s Primary Election, the Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV) says the results were a big win for the environment – and that the increased turnout and excitement bodes well for November and future gains for air, land, water and public health in the state. Maryland LCV made 117 endorsements in primary elections, in races across the state, including incumbents, challengers, and candidates for open seats; 106 of those candidates won their races.

“Last night was about change and excitement,” says Karla Raettig, Executive Director of Maryland LCV, “Voters chose values over incumbency. With at least three new Committee Chairs and four new Committee Vice Chairs, both the House and Senate were transformed – we’re excited to work with many new leaders who have the potential to take the General Assembly in a new direction.”

“The voters sent a pro-conservation message yesterday,” said Maryland LCV Board Chair Ed Hatcher. “Maryland LCV’s endorsed candidates have all made strong public commitments to increase renewable energy, protect our Bay and waterways and safeguard the health of our communities – and voters showed these priorities are also important to them.”

Maryland LCV and the Maryland LCV Political Action Committee put significant resources into several Delegate and Senate races, where their efforts helped to secure victories. “We were thrilled to support ‘Green Champions’ Delegates David Fraser-Hidalgo (D-15, Montgomery County) and Brooke Lierman (D-46, Baltimore City), as well as rising stars Delegate Robbyn Lewis (D-46, Baltimore City) and Senate candidate Sarah Elfreth (D-30),” Raettig added. “We will miss the leadership of Green Champion, Delegate Shane Robinson (D-39).”

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By |2019-12-07T13:00:01-05:00June 27th, 2018|Categories: Press|0 Comments

All Democratic Candidates for Governor are Good Choices for Conservation-minded Voters

(Annapolis, MD) On June 12, 2018 the Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV) has announced that, after careful consideration, the organization will not be endorsing a candidate in the Maryland Democratic primary election for Governor because all candidates would be a good choice for conservation-minded voters.

After reviewing candidate questionnaires and conducting interviews, Maryland LCV board and staff came to the conclusion that each candidate would be a leader on such important issues as climate change, clean water, land conservation, and public health.

“We were impressed by all of the candidates’ commitment to strong environmental policies for Maryland’s people and our environment,” said Maryland LCV Board Chair Ed Hatcher. “While we know some people will be disappointed that Maryland LCV is not endorsing in this primary, the environment is clearly a top priority for each one of these candidates — and that is good news for Maryland voters.”

“The environment has been front and center in all of the gubernatorial candidates’ campaigns,” said Karla Raettig, Maryland LCV Executive Director. “Along with education, economic development and health care, the environment is one of the only issues which all the candidates are making a priority – and they all understand how these issues are linked. The candidates’ platforms show they understand what is at risk in the next four years and what the solutions could be.”

All candidates who file for office are invited to participate in the endorsement process, which includes the completion of a questionnaire responding to specific policy proposals and concerns and an interview by members of the Maryland LCV Board of Directors. Candidates asking to be considered for endorsement included Rushern Baker, Ben Jealous, Rich Madaleno, Alec Ross, Jim Shea, and Krish Vignarajah. Before his passing, Kevin Kamenetz also filled out a questionnaire.

The organization noted that Governor Hogan has not yet chosen to participate in the endorsement process, and they invited him to do so, particularly given his public statements about the importance of environmental issues.

“The door remains open for Governor Hogan, and for any third-party candidates, to participate in the endorsement process for November’s general election,” said Hatcher.

Maryland LCV expects to endorse a candidate for Maryland’s Governor in the general election and will release more endorsements for the General Assembly in the coming months.

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By |2019-12-07T12:59:36-05:00June 12th, 2018|Categories: Press|0 Comments

Maryland LCV Announces Additional Primary Election Endorsements

Maryland LCV Announces Additional Primary Election Endorsements

Immediate Release: May 17, 2018

(Annapolis, MD) Today the Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV) released its sixth round of endorsed candidates for the Maryland General Assembly and statewide offices in the 2018 state primary elections. The organization said the two Senate candidates and thirteen House candidates are ready to lead their communities with the environment as a central issue to their campaign.

“The primary is 41 days away and these strong conservation leaders are emerging to be strong advocates in their communities and for the environment,” said Karla Raettig, Executive Director of Maryland LCV.The constant federal slashing of environmental protections has prompted these candidates to stand up to protect Marylanders and voters are ready for their leadership.”

“These candidates are ready to lead in the General Assembly with our environmental values at the forefront. They bring energy and commitment to the environment with a clear vision to protect our air, land, water, and public health.” Ed Hatcher, Board Chair of Maryland LCV.

Latest Round of Endorsements as of May 17, 2018

Candidate

County

District/ Seat

Clarence K. Lam

Baltimore & Howard Counties

12/ Senator

Eve Hurwitz

Anne Arundel County

33/ Senator

Justin Holliday

Baltimore County

6/ Delegate

Carl Jackson

Baltimore County

8/ Delegate

Steven M. Bolen

Howard County

9A/ Delegate

Jessica Feldmark

Howard & Baltimore Counties

12/ Delegate

Jen Terrasa

Howard County

13/ Delegate

Julie Palakovich Carr

Montgomery County

17/ Delegate

David Sloan

Prince George’s County

26/ Delegate

Sade Oshinubi

Prince George’s County

26/ Delegate

J. Sandy Bartlett

Anne Arundel County

32/ Delegate

Angela C. Gibson

Baltimore City

41/ Delegate

Michele Guyton

Baltimore County

42B/ Delegate

Sachin Hebbar

Baltimore County

42B/ Delegate

Stephanie Smith

Baltimore City

45/ Delegate

Maryland LCV’s endorsement process is based on proven leadership on the environment for incumbents and a thorough evaluation of new candidate’s background and commitment to the environment.

Before each state election, the Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV) Board of Directors and staff evaluate questionnaires and conduct interviews with dozens of candidates for state-wide office, including Comptroller, Attorney General, and Governor as well candidates as for the Maryland House of Delegates and Senate. In the 2018 Primary and General elections, Maryland LCV will once again campaign to elect pro-conservation candidates.

More endorsements will be released in the coming months.

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For almost 40 years, the non-partisan Maryland League of Conservation Voters has served as the political voice of environment. We advocate for sound conservation policies, promote environmentally responsible candidates, and hold individual elected officials accountable through our scorecards and reports.

30 West Street Suite C Ÿ Annapolis, MD 21401 Ÿ 410-280-9855 Ÿ 410-280-9857 (fax) Ÿ www.mdlcv.org

 (Please see www.mdlcv.org for a complete list of endorsements)

By |2019-12-07T12:59:11-05:00May 17th, 2018|Categories: Press|0 Comments

Maryland LCV Announces Fifth Round of Primary Election Endorsements

April 27, 2018        Contact: Kristen Harbeson, Political Director kharbeson@mdlcv.org  cell: 410 952 8100

Maryland LCV Announces Fifth Round of Primary Election Endorsements

(Annapolis, MD) Today the Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV) released its fourth round of endorsed candidates for the Maryland General Assembly and statewide offices in the 2018 state primary elections. The organization said the Senate candidate, and six House candidates are ready to lead their communities with the environment as a central issue to their campaign.

The organization has endorsed Senate candidate for Prince George’s District 26 Democrat Jamila Jaye Woods, candidate for Delegate in 1A Democrat Mike Dreisbach of Garrett & Allegany Counties, Delegate for District 1C of Allegany & Washington Counties Republican Jordan Lysczeks, Courtney Watson, a Democrat of Howard County’s District 9B Delegate, and three candidates for Anne Arundel County’s District 33 Delegates- Pam Luby, Heather Bagnall, and Tracie Hovernale.

Maryland LCV’s endorsement process is based on proven leadership on the environment for incumbents and a thorough evaluation of new candidate’s background and commitment to the environment.

“We are incredibly blessed with an immensely varied landscape of rivers, lakes and streams, bay, ocean, mountain, farm and forest. I grew up on the water; boating, fishing, crabbing, going east “down de ocean” in the summer, and west into the mountains in the fall. I have seen the harm our lack of regulation did in the past, and how great an impact our commitment has made to the sustainable future of our Chesapeake Bay and I am committed not only to being a good steward of our environmental concerns but to creating a stronger path to innovation. Good policy is comprehensive, and good environmental policy is forward thinking and I intend to the change the narrative which says we must choose between economic concerns and environmental protections.” Heather Bagnall, running for Delegate in Anne Arundel County’s District 33.

“It is a great honor to be endorsed by the Maryland League of Conservation Voters who like myself have fought very hard to protect our environment here in Maryland. We all came together to ban fracking in Maryland and I will continue to protect our environment for future generations. For me it has always been a most important cause to protect our environment.  Thanks again for the endorsement as I run for delegate in District 1A in Garrett and Allegany Counties.” Mike Dreisbach, Democrat candidate for Delegate in 1A of Garrett & Allegany Counties.

“I began my career working to promote clean energy and the conservation of our limited resources and have continued to promote sustainable environmental practices throughout my life.  Our health parallels the health of our environment and we must continually seek ways to preserve and protect it for the generations to come.  As a new State Delegate from District 33, I look forward to promoting legislation that respects and preserves our environment.” Tracie Hovernale, running for Delegate in Anne Arundel County’s District 33.

“I’m thrilled to receive the endorsement of the Maryland League of Conservation Voters.  District 33 has not had strong environmental leadership with our current Delegates.  I hope to get elected so I can change that.” Pam Luby, running for Delegate in Anne Arundel County’s District 33.

“It’s possible to protect our natural beauty & encourage economic growth, simultaneously. Western Maryland is an outdoorsman’s dream & I’m committed to keeping it that way.” Jordan Lysczeks, Republican candidate for District 1C of Allegany & Washington Counties Delegate.

“As a former council member and environmental policy maker on the county level for many years, I look forward to working with Maryland League of Conservation Voters to take decisive action to protect our environment across the state.  Addressing climate change head on, managing stormwater to improve the Chesapeake Bay, saving farmland and trees, reducing pollution of all types are issues that we are running out of time to solve.  I share a sense of urgency with members of Maryland LCV to address these challenges.” Courtney Watson of Howard County, running for Delegate in District 9B.

“Maryland becomes better when we focus on improving important issues, that will positively impact our communities long after we’re gone, now! Clean and renewable energy, including the creation of sustainable jobs from renewable sources, must become the norm. We must greatly reduce greenhouse and carbon emissions, toxic waste, challenges to the Chesapeake Bay and the water we consume and rely on for life. That’s why I’ll work hard in Annapolis to assure we continuously improve our environment.” Jamila Jaye Woods, Senate candidate for District 26 in Prince George’s County.

Before each state election, the Maryland League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Board of Directors and staff evaluate questionnaires and conduct interviews with dozens of candidates for state-wide office, including Comptroller, Attorney General, and Governor as well candidates as for the Maryland House of Delegates and Senate. In the 2018 Primary and General elections, Maryland LCV will once again campaign to elect pro-conservation candidates.

More endorsements will be released in the coming months.

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For almost 40 years, the non-partisan Maryland League of Conservation Voters has served as the political voice of environment. We advocate for sound conservation policies, promote environmentally responsible candidates, and hold individual elected officials accountable through our scorecards and reports.

By |2019-12-07T12:58:38-05:00April 27th, 2018|Categories: Press|0 Comments

Maryland LCV Announces Third Round of Primary Election Endorsements for General Assembly

For Immediate Release
March 6, 2018

Contact: Kristen Harbeson, Political Director
cell: 410 952 8100

Maryland LCV Announces Third Round of Primary Election Endorsements for General Assembly

(Annapolis, MD) Today the Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV) released its third round of endorsed candidates for the Maryland General Assembly in the 2018 state primary elections. The organization said the Senate candidate and five House candidates are ready to lead their communities with the environment as a central issue to their campaign and tenure as legislators.

The organization has endorsed Sarah Elfreth for her Senate run in Anne Arundel County’s District 30, Allison Berkowitz for Delegate in Harford and Baltimore County’s District 7, Lesley Lopez for Delegate of District 39 in Montgomery County, Sara Love for District 16 of Montgomery County, Delegate Nick Mosby for Baltimore City’s District 40, and Natalie Ziegler’s run for Delegate in Howard County’s District 9A.

“There are a number of high quality candidates in these races and strong conservation leaders are emerging in races where communities are frustrated by their low-scoring incumbents,” said Karla Raettig, Executive Director of Maryland LCV.  “Our mission to elect pro-conservation advocates has never been so important. Voters in Maryland are ready for effective leaders to protect our air, land, water, and public health.”

“Maryland LCV is the standard-bearer for the Bay, the ‘political voice for the environment.’ I’m proud to have earned their endorsement and look forward to working with them to increase Maryland’s oyster populations, invest in green jobs, and protect our forests and critical areas.” Sarah Elfreth for District 30 Senate in Anne Arundel County.

“As a representative of District 7, one of my goals would be to help make Maryland a model of what it means to be good stewards of the earth. I’m honored to have the support of the Maryland League of Conservation Voters in my efforts to ensure environmental responsibility and conservation.” Allison Berkowitz for District 7 Delegate in Baltimore and Harford counties.

“Earning the support and respect of Maryland League of Conservation Voters is an honor. Maryland has a diverse set of environmental challenges that we must face in the coming years and I look forward to continuing to work as a partner with Maryland LCV. If given the honor of serving as Delegate for District 39, I will champion Maryland’s role in the global effort to combat climate change and fight for environmental justice for all Marylanders.” Lesley Lopez, candidate for Delegate in District 39 in Montgomery County.

“I am honored to be endorsed by Maryland LCV. Growing up I was taught the importance of protecting our environment and I look forward to working with Maryland LCV in the General Assembly on the many environmental issues confronting us,” Sara Love, candidate for District 16 Delegate in Montgomery County.

“I am privileged to receive the endorsement of Maryland League of Conservation Voters in my campaign to continue to represent the amazing citizens of the 40th district. Protecting the sanctity of our environment for future generations and fighting against misguided attempts to erase decades of environmental protection progress is as important now as ever before. I am eager to stand in the fight with LCV and look forward to pushing for a healthier and greener Maryland.” Delegate Nick  J. Mosby for District 40 Delegate in Baltimore City.

“I am very honored to have received the endorsement of Maryland League of Conservation Voters. As a farmer, I realize that the farming community and environmental advocates have not always seen eye to eye, but ultimately we share the same goals, and depend on the same environment. I am grateful to the League of Conservation Voters for the work they do, and look forward to working together to fight the effects of climate change and pass a cleaner and healthier environment on to future generations.” Natalie Ziegler, Howard County candidate for District 9A.

Before each state election, the Maryland League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Board of Directors and staff evaluate questionnaires and conduct interviews with dozens of candidates for state-wide office, including Comptroller, Attorney General, and Governor as well candidates as for the Maryland House of Delegates and Senate. In the 2018 Primary and General elections, Maryland LCV will once again campaign to elect pro-conservation candidates.

More endorsements will be released in the coming months.

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For almost 40 years, the non-partisan Maryland League of Conservation Voters has served as the political voice of environment. We advocate for sound conservation policies, promote environmentally responsible candidates, and hold individual elected officials accountable through our scorecards and reports.

30 West Street Suite C · Annapolis, MD 21401 · 410-280-9855 · 410-280-9857 (fax) · www.mdlcv.org

By |2019-12-07T13:01:07-05:00March 6th, 2018|Categories: Press|0 Comments

Maryland League of Conservation Voters Announces First Round of Endorsements for General Assembly

Maryland League of Conservation Voters Announces First Round of Endorsements for General Assembly

Candidates Have Proven Conservation Records and Demonstrated Leadership

(Annapolis, MD) Today the Maryland League of Conservation Voters (Maryland LCV) released its first round of endorsed candidates for the Maryland General Assembly in the 2018 state primary elections. The organization said the 20 Senate and 61 House candidates have all demonstrated pro-conservation records and leadership on environmental issues.

“On climate change and the clean-up of the Chesapeake Bay, we are at a turning point in Maryland,” said Ed Hatcher, Chair of the Maryland LCV Board of Directors.  “Our mission to elect conservation advocates has never been so important.”

“Maryland LCV’s endorsement process is based on proven leadership on the environment for incumbents and a thorough evaluation of new candidate’s background and commitment to the environment. These candidates all boast a 90% or greater average environmental legislative score over the last two legislative terms (2011-2017), or have been honored as a Green Champion or Legislator of the Year,” said Karla Raettig, Executive Director of Maryland LCV.

Before each state election, the Maryland League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Board of Directors and staff evaluate questionnaires and conduct interviews with dozens of candidates for state-wide office, including Comptroller, Attorney General, and Governor as well candidates as for the Maryland House of Delegates and Senate. In the 2018 Primary and General elections, Maryland LCV will once again campaign to elect pro-conservation candidates.

More endorsements will be released in the coming months.

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For almost 40 years, the non-partisan Maryland League of Conservation Voters has served as the political voice of environment. We advocate for sound conservation policies, promote environmentally responsible candidates, and hold individual elected officials accountable through our scorecards and reports.

30 West Street Suite C  Annapolis, MD 21401 • 410-280-9855  410-280-9857 (fax)  www.mdlcv.org

 (Please see attached list of endorsements)

Maryland League of Conservation Voters: 2018 Endorsements – December 12, 2017

Senate:

District 3 – Ronald N. Young

District 8 – Katherine Klausmeier

District 11 – Bobby A. Zirkin

District 12 – Edward J. Kasemeyer

District 13 – Guy Guzzone

District 14 – Craig J. Zucker

District 15 – Brian J. Feldman

District 16 – Susan C. Lee

District 17 – Cheryl C. Kagan

District 19 – Benjamin F. Kramer

District 20 – William C. Smith, Jr.

District 21 – Jim Rosapepe

District 22 – Paul G. Pinsky

District 23 – Douglas J.J. Peters

District 24 – Joanne C. Benson

District 27 – Thomas V. Mike Miller

District 32 – Pamela Beidle

District 39 – Nancy J. King

District 44 – Shirley Nathan-Pulliam

District 46 – Bill Ferguson

Delegate:

District 3A – Carol L. Krimm

District 3A – Karen Lewis Young

District 8 – Eric M. Bromwell

District 10 – Benjamin Brooks

District 10 – Adrienne A. Jones

District 11 – Shelly Hettleman

District 11 – Dana Stein

District 12 – Eric Ebersole

District 12 – Terri L. Hill

District 12 – Clarence K. Lam

District 13 – Vanessa E. Atterbeary

District 13 – Shane E. Pendergrass

District 13 – Frank S. Turner

District 14 – Anne R. Kaiser

District 14 – Eric G. Luedtke

District 15 – Kathleen M. Dumais

District 15 – David Fraser-Hidalgo

District 16 – Ariana B. Kelly

District 16 – Marc Korman

District 17 – Kumar P. Barve

District 17 – Jim Gilchrist

District 17 – Andrew Platt

District 18 – Alfred C. Carr, Jr.

District 19 – Bonnie Cullison

District 19 – Marice Morales

District 20 – David Moon

District 21 – Ben Barnes

District 21 – Joseline A. Pena-Melnyk

District 22 – Tawanna P. Gaines

District 22 – Anne Healey

District 22 – Alonzo T. Washington

District 23A – Geraldine Valentino-Smith

District 23B – Marvin E. Holmes, Jr.

District 23B – Joseph F. Vallario, Jr.

District 24 – Erek L. Barron

District 24 – Carolyn J. B. Howard

District 25 – Darryl Barnes

District 25 – Dereck E. Davis

District 26 – Kriselda Valderamma

District 27B – Michael A. Jackson

District 28 – Sally Jameson

District 28 – Edith J. Patterson

District 30 – Michael E. Busch

District 32 – Mark S. Chang

District 32 – Theodore Sophocleus

District 34A – Mary Ann Lisanti

District 39 – Kirill Reznik

District 39 – Shane Robinson

District 41 – Samuel I. Rosenberg

District 42A – Steve Lafferty

District 43 – Curt Anderson

District 43 – Maggie McIntosh

District 44A – Keith E. Haynes

District 44B – Charles E. Sydnor, III

District 44B – Pat Young

District 45 – Talmadge Branch

District 45 – Cheryl Glenn

District 46 – Luke Clippinger

District 46 – Brooke E. Lierman

District 47A – Diana M. Fennell

District 47A – Jimmy Tarlau

By |2019-12-07T13:11:00-05:00December 12th, 2017|Categories: Press|0 Comments
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