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.


Jeffrey Prang for Los Angeles County Assessor

Based on his strong environmental record, LALCV endorsed Jeffrey Prang for the Los Angeles County Assessor race on November 4, 2014.

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McKeown and O'Connor for Santa Monica City Council

LACV endorsed two environmental champions, Kevin McKeown and Pam O'Connor, for the Santa Monica City Council election on November 4, 2014.

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Sheila Kuehl for Los Angeles County Supervisor, District 3

Sheila Kuehl has long been a clear voice for the environment; LALCV endorsed her for the L.A. County Supervisor election on November 4, 2014.

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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.




Jim Boulgarides

"As a long-time member, I was proud to receive the endorsement of the LALCV. I know the League’s endorsement was valuable in my community, and helped me win my Council Seat."

–Jim Boulgarides, Council Member, City of El Segundo (retired)


Cliff Numark

"I was honored to be endorsed by LALCV. As a leading environmental organization in the South Bay, which actively supports candidates, I was thrilled to have the organization's support—it really helped voters in Torrance understand my environmental priorities!"

—Cliff Numark, former Torrance City Council Member


Eric Busch

"LALCV is recognized as a leader in the sustainability arena. They also screen candidates carefully before they issue an endorsement. Thus their support can immediately legitimize a candidate's positions regarding the environment. LALCV was instrumental in both my elections to City Council."

—Eric Busch, Former Mayor, City of El Segundo