News Article • 10/31/2013 • by Sergio Bichao at
In just three legislative districts in Central Jersey, combined spending by the state Senate and Assembly candidates, the two major state parties and the independent groups has topped $5 million, according to a Courier News and Home News Tribune review of state campaign finance documents.
Press Release • 10/29/2013
Trenton, NJ— Today the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters for a Cleaner Environment released two campaign mailers supporting Republican State Senator “Kip Bateman.”
News Article • 10/25/2013 • by Michael R. Convente at The Daily Targum
As we approach the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, many Americans will revisit life-changing moments and remembrances from the superstorm, especially those in New York and New Jersey.
Press Release • 10/3/2013
WASHINGTON, DC—The League of Conservation Voters (LCV) Action Fund, which works to elect candidates who will implement sound environmental policies, announced today its endorsement of Newark Mayor Cory Booker for U.S. Senate from New Jersey.
News Article • 9/28/2013 • by Dan Rosenblum at
Verona and Cedar Grove may be nestled in the trees, but an environmental advocacy group says those they send to Trenton could be much greener.
According to a scorecard released Sept. 9 by the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters, the assembly members and state senators whose districts contain Verona and Cedar Grove are mostly below average when it comes to environmental issues.
Press Release • 9/19/2013
Trenton, NJ--Today the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters (NJLCV) released its first round of 2013 endorsements for the New Jersey State Senate and Assembly. The endorsed slate includes candidates highly committed to conserving the environment and a demonstrated ability to deliver on that commitment in office.
News Article • 9/18/2013 • by David Levinsky at Burlington County Times
A last-ditch effort to place an open-space referendum on the November ballot may have come up a few votes short this summer, but Sen. Diane Allen’s support for the measure wasn’t forgotten by conservationists, who endorsed her re-election this week.
News Article • 9/10/2013 • by Tom Johnson at NJ Spotlight
Apparently, it still isn’t easy being green -- particularly in the New Jersey Legislature.
At least that's the conclusion of the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters, which issued a scorecard yesterday that indicated lawmakers are sliding in their ratings for voting on environmental bills. It is a trend previously cited by more prominent and politically active groups, such as the New Jersey Environmental Federation and the New Jersey Sierra Club.