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 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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Andre Quintero

"The City of El Monte plays an important role in the continuing development of the Emerald Necklace in the San Gabriel Valley. I wanted the public to understand that I am committed to protecting our natural resources and increasing open space for our community.  The support of the LALCV gave me the opportunity to credibly communicate to voters my commitment to the environment. As Mayor, voters can expect me to advance progressive environmental policies."

—Andre Quintero, Mayor, City of El Monte


Herb J. Wesson, Jr.

"I am proud to have the endorsement of the L.A. League of Conservation Voters. I would like the opportunity to continue the great work we’re doing to bring sustainable green jobs and investment to Council District 10!"

—Herb J. Wesson, Jr., L.A. City Council, District 10

Jacque Robinson

Jacque Robinson

"The Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters is the environmental voice of reason locally and across the County. Your endorsement of my re-election campaign signals your support of my agenda to bring collaborative decision-making to the Pasadena City Council and ensure that we remain not only good stewards of our environmental resources, but ensure that every member of our community has the opportunity to benefit from them."

—Jacque Robinson, Pasadena City Council, District 1