Clean Water Action thanks Mayor Lee Leffingwell for taking a stand to #ProtectCleanWater and the drinking water supplies for 117 million Americans, including 11.5 million in Texas.
“Other wins include many legislative challengers and open seats”
Baltimore, MD – Candidates backed by the environmental group Clean Water Action won big in Tuesday’s primary elections, with 66 of 75 endorsed candidates coming out on top.
“Brian Frosh’s win for Attorney General was especially important,” said Clean Water Action’s Andy Galli. Galli says his organization’s members – more than 98,000 in Maryland – and person-to-person grassroots campaigning were big factors in Frosh’s contest and in other races where environmental and health concerns helped boost turnout for the endorsed candidates.
“We need more leaders like Councilwoman Reynolds Brown and her fellow city councilmembers.
BOSTON – Today, Clean Water Action, among the largest grassroots environmental organizations in Massachusetts, endorsed Warren Tolman for Attorney General, saying he will bring his experience as an environmental leader in the Massachusetts Legislature to the office.