Endorsements for the June 7, 2016 primary election

Below are CLCV's endorsements in progress for the June 7, 2016 primary election. As the election approaches, we will make more endorsements. Visit this site closer to the election for a full list of our endorsements, or sign up for election updates via email.

State Senate | State Assembly | U.S. Congress

California State Senate

District Endorsed Candidate
SD 27 Henry Stern


California State Assembly

District Endorsed Candidate
AD 4 Dan Wolk
AD 27 Ash Kalra
AD 37 Monique Limón
AD 43 Laura Friedman
AD 48 Bryan Urias
AD 66 Al Muratsuchi
AD 78 Todd Gloria


Endorsements that follow are paid for by the California League of Conservation Voters Federal PAC, 350 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Suite 1100, Oakland, CA 94612, and not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee.

U.S. Congress

District Endorsed Candidate
CD 44 Nanette Barragán


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About CLCV's Endorsements

Candidates receive CLCV’s endorsement the old-fashioned way: They earn it. Before each election, we conduct field research to determine candidates’ environmental records. Then we send them questionnaires, testing their views on key issues. Finally, the candidates are interviewed by a panel of the League’s staff, board members and local environmentalists.

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