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California's local leagues, which are comprised of dedicated community activists, focus on electing and supporting environmentally responsible candidates for local public office. CLCV generally does not take a position on local races unless they have a potential major impact on the state's environment or in other special circumstances.
Local leagues are independent organizations that make their endorsements independent of CLCV's endorsement process. Find election endorsements on their websites or by contacting them:
League of Conservation Voters of the East Bay
East San Francisco Bay Area. For more information about LCV East Bay, please see the LCVEB website at http://lcveastbay.wordpress.com/.
Orange County League of Conservation Voters
City and County of San Francisco. For more information about the San Francisco LCV, please see the SFLCV website at http://www.sflcv.org or contact Amandeep Jawa at email@example.com. Read the current SFLCV endorsements.
Santa Barbara County League of Conservation Voters
Santa Barbara County. The Santa Barbara Co. LCV is currently not active. If you are interested in learning how you can help reactivate it, please contact David Allgood at (323) 939-6790 x.402 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Santa Clara County. For more information about the Santa Clara County LCV, please see the SCCLCV website at http://www.scclcv.org/ or contact Rod Diridon at email@example.com. View the current SCCLCV endorsements by visiting their home page and clicking on "endorsements".
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About CLCV's Endorsements
Candidates receive the League’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.
Note that local league endorsements are made independently of CLCV.