What: You’re invited to join Maryland League of Conservation Voters as they announce their 2014 Environmental Scorecard. According to LCV, “The air we breathe, the water on which we depend and the land where we live needs your attention now.” Did you know? Since 1979, the Maryland League of Conservation Voters has been keeping score for the environment through their General Assembly Scorecards and report cards on the actions of the Governor and Administration.
Yep, the Maryland League of Conservation Voters (LCV) is non-partisan, nonprofit known as the political voice for the environment in Maryland.
Russell Train, Former EPA Administrator endorses, "On environmental protection depend our quality of life, our security and ultimately our survival. So support the League of Conservation Voters...then get out and vote."
Did you know? Nearly 90% of join Maryland League of Conservation Voters ‘s 112 endorsed #MDVotesGreen2014 candidates have been elected in their primary election.
Annually, Maryland LCV purpose is to hold elected officials accountable for their actions and decisions by publishing a scorecard highlighting legislators’ voting records on issues that impact the environment. These scorecards help provide voters with a clear record of who supports the environment and who doesn’t.
Who: Open to the general public whereas, this is a free event.
When: Wednesday, July 23, 2014 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Where: The Silver Spring Civic Center at 1 Veterans Plaza, Silver Spring, MD 20910
FYI: Contact Karen at email@example.com with any questions.
Also, be should to check out LCV’s “Citizen's Guide to Activism” here. This is thirty two page pdf file that is very informative and helpful for Marylanders who care about the environment in Maryland and beyond.