Hartford, CT – Today, the Connecticut League of Conservation Voters (CTLCV) endorsed Representative Mike Demicco (D) to represent the 21st House District of the CT General Assembly including the towns of Farmington and Unionville.
For the past two years, Mike Demicco has earned a perfect 100% rating on our Environmental Scorecard and has consistently championed important legislation at the Capitol.
“2022 was a phenomenal year for climate action. These wins would not be possible without lawmakers like Mike Demicco, who worked hard to pass legislation crucial to reducing pollution from transportation and are committed to the environment,” said Lori Brown, CTLCV Executive Director.
Mike Demicco serves on the Environmental Committee, the Public Health Committee, and the Energy and Technology Committee. His dedication to resolving our state’s environmental problems was critical to legislation banning single-use plastic bags and modernizing CT’s landmark recycling law, widely known as the “Bottle Bill.”
Looking ahead, Representative Demicco plans to prioritize the much-needed updates to Connecticut’s Environmental Justice laws and to help find workable solutions to our state’s growing waste management crisis.
“Representative Mike Demicco has a long, successful record of leadership on the most important environmental issues facing our state. We need him at the Capitol, where he will continue to lead his district and the state forward in the protection of our air, land, water and climate,” said Brown.
To receive CTLCV’s endorsement, all candidates must have completed a Survey on the Environment. Endorsements are issued based on candidates’ responses, voting records in our Scorecard, and demonstrated leadership on specific issues.
The CT League of Conservation Voters (CTLCV) is a nonpartisan statewide organization dedicated to protecting Connecticut’s environment. CTLCV works to pass equitable and sustainable legislation that impacts our air, land, water, wildlife, and climate and holds all state legislators accountable with an annual Environmental Scorecard. Visit ctlcv.org for more information on CTLCV.
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