Elections Archive: 2010-2014
CTLCV endorses candidates for the state legislature every election cycle based on their positions and track record on the environment. Endorsed candidates are committed to protecting Connecticut's land, water, air, and wildlife, and to working for sustainable solutions to pressing state issues like transportation, energy, and waste management. By endorsing candidates who care about environmental values, the League is helping to elect people who will make meaningful decisions that affect the state's environment every day.
Candidate Survey on the Environment
In election years, the Connecticut League of Conservation Voters surveys candidates for state office about their positions on pressing environmental issues. We consider candidate responses to our survey in our endorsement process.
Candidate surveys ask what role candidates will take, if elected, on a variety of environmental issues, and about their top environmental priority. Candidates' survey responses, leadership history, and previous Environmental Scorecard scores are taken into consideration in our endorsement analysis. Additionally, we may invite candidates for interviews. Those candidates' interviews also form part of the basis of our endorsement analysis.
Candidate Responses on the Environment
All candidates for General Assembly were invited to complete the CTLCV survey on environmental issues, regardless of their CTLCV endorsement status. Candidate responses are posted as we receive them.
The election information on this website is paid for by the CTLCV Political Action Committee. This message was made independent of any candidate or political party. Contributions to the CTLCV PAC of $5,000 or more were made by CTLCV, Inc and David Bingham. Additional information about the CTLCV PAC may be found on the State Elections Enforcement Commission's internet website.
"Connecticut's economic and environmental quality of life have always depended on our natural resources. We are counting on our endorsed candidates to champion smart environmental policies that will protect these irreplaceable assets." CTLCV Executive Director Lori Brown