mission statement

The Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters (LALCV), formed in 1976, is the only environmental Political Action Committee (PAC) in Los Angeles County. The mission of LALCV is to participate in the electoral process throughout the County of Los Angeles from an environmental perspective.

Endorsements

Sheila Kuehl for Los Angeles County Supervisor, District 3

LALCV endorsed candidate, Sheila Kuehl, was the top vote-getter in the June 3, 2014 3rd District primary with 36.18% of the votes.

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Long Beach Victories

In the June 3, 2014 election in Long Beach, both of LALCV's endorsed candidates won their elections: Robert Garcia for Mayor and Lena Gonzalez for City Council, District 1.

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The Environment Wins in Torrrance

Three environmental leaders were elected to office in Torrance on June 3, 2014: Pat Furey for Mayor and Tim Goodrich and Kurt Weidman to the City Council.

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Events

Smith-Weiss Environmental Champion Awards

Thanks to Lisa & Josh Hofheimer for hosting us and everyone who joined LALCV on May 17 for a very successful event honoring Hilda Solis, Anthony Rendon, Laura Friedman, and the LA Conservation Corps.

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testimonials

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Wendy Greuel

"I was honored to be endorsed by the Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters in the recent election. To have the support of a leading environmental organization in Los Angeles like LALCV was crucial in communicating with voters my record on protecting the environment."


—Wendy Greuel, former L.A. City Controller

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Karen Bass

"As the political arm of L.A. County's environmental movement, LALCV plays a central role in ensuring that the environment is a priority issue in the political process throughout the region. Given the crucial work of the organization, I am proud to be an honoree of LALCV."


—Karen Bass, U.S. Representative for California's 37th congressional district

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Eric Garcetti

"LALCV brings together the entire environmental community in Los Angeles to tackle our biggest issues. They have been key to the success of our local initiatives, from cleaning up our air and water to greening our economy to preserving open space and improving the health of all communities."


—Eric Garcetti, Mayor, City of Los Angeles