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 Oregon League of Conservation Voters’ Historic Investment in Oregon Senate Races Brings Big Victories 

The largest electoral investment in OLCV’s history pays off with voters electing pro-conservation Sara Gelser in Corvallis and Alan Bates in southern Oregon.

 

PORTLAND, OREGON — Over a million and a half voters across Oregon cast their ballot in this election, and the results are clear: a big win for the environment, with a pro-conservation majority in both the Senate and the House of Representatives.

OLCV Press Release: 

Oregon State Senator Betsy Close Named to League of Conservation Voters’ “Dirty Dozen in the States”

Close’s extreme anti-environment voting record and climate change denial earned her a spot on the list over hundreds of other candidates.

 

OLCV is proud to announce endorsement of Craig Wilhelm, Jodie Barram, Nathan Boddie, Lisa Seales and Barb Campbell for the November 4th Election. These candidates will be leaders in protecting the natural resources that make Central Oregon the place we love to call home.

Craig Wilhelm is running for State Representative in House District 54 (Bend) because he loves Bend and wants to protect what makes this place special for all of us. Electing Craig offers Central Oregon the opportunity to once again have a voice in Salem that represents the values of our unique community.

Oregon League of Conservation Voters | 133 SW 2nd Ave., Ste. 200 | Portland, OR 97204 |  Phone: 503-224-4011 | Fax: 503-224-1548