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

Jeffrey Prang Elected as Los Angeles County Assessor

Los Angeles County has a new Assessor with a strong environmental track record, Jeffrey Prang.

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McKeown and O'Connor Re-elcted to Santa Monica City Council

Environmental leaders, Kevin McKeown and Pam O'Connor, were re-elected to the Santa Monica City Council.

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Sheila Kuehl Elected as Los Angeles County Supervisor, District 3

A win for Sheila Kuehl as Los Angeles County Supervisor is a win for the environment.

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testimonials

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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

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Gary Silbiger

"in Culver City, the League of Conservation Voters has played an instrumental role in educating the residents regarding solutions to our environmental crisis and supporting the candidates who will implement these creative and necessary programs to benefit our community. Without the League's leadership, the quality of life in our region would be greatly reduced."


—Gary Silbiger, former Culver City Councilmember

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Jeffrey Prang

"West Hollywood is a progressive city, committed to being a leader in innovative environmental policy. As Mayor, I look to LALCV for education and support to ensure that my community is ahead of the curve. The support of the LALCV is among my most cherished endorsements—it reassures me that West Hollywood continues to be an environmentally progressive leader in municipal policy."


—Jeffrey Prang, West Hollywood City Council