Maryland League of Conservation Voters Endorsements Map

The Maryland League of Conservation Voters map of endorsed candidates is here. Easy to click on your own legislative district for endorsements.

Most of the Maryland General Assembly candidate endorsements are clustered in the Baltimore-Washington urban-suburban area.

The ONLY Eastern Shore GA candidate endorsed is Judy Davis, a Democrat running for the new open seat in District 38C (Ocean City, Ocean Pines, N. Worcester County and NE Wicomico County.)

I’m shore that Judy Davis would welcome campaign contributions from loyal Democrats and green voters. Her motto, “Teacher, Mother, Volunteer.”  (This message has not been authorized or approved by any candidate. Just sayn’)

Del. Norm Conway in District 38B has won environmental group endorsements in the past, but was not selected by the League of Conservation Voters this year.

And in other environmental news, the Green Party of Montgomery County has released a scorecard on how members of the Montgomery County Council voted, 2011-2014. You can see the scorecard here.

Marc Ehrlich is the only MoCo council member to earn a 100 percent rating from the Green Party. He’s followed by Nancy Navarro with 88 percent, and Phil Andrews and Roger Berliner both at 75 percent. And so on. Nancy Floreen earned the lowest rating from the Green Party, with 25 percent.

— John Hayden

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4 responses to “Maryland League of Conservation Voters Endorsements Map

  1. Thank you John for spreading the word about my commitment to our environment! Judy Davis For Shore

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  2. schmale50

    Thanks for your report on Judy Davis’ endorsement. The eastern shore can thrive only with clean air, water and land.

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    • Indeed! Sad to think there’s only one delegate candidate that the League of Conservation Voters can endorse on the entire E. Shore.

      Unfortunately, looks about the same in western part of state. A couple of LCV endorsements in the Frederick City area (in the eastern part of Frederick County), but none once you go over South Mountain. The three westernmost states don’t have many delegates, but none of them gets LCV endorsement. I think the big issue in W. MD is tracking. I think they like the idea. Of course, you can hardly blame them, because that area has been in the economic doldrums for so long.

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