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Conservation Voters Back Rep. Lesser for Environmental Support

Lesser sponsored legislation this year giving the public the right to know whenever sewage spills into a waterway. As a member of the Energy Committee, he has championed energy conservation and renewable energy.

The bipartisan has named its slate of endorsed candidates for election to the Connecticut General Assembly in the Nov. 6 elections.

To date, CTLCV has endorsed a bipartisan slate of 27 candidates, all of whom demonstrate strong leadership on environmental issues. All endorsed candidates must be committed to protecting Connecticut's land, water, air, and wildlife, and to working for sustainable solutions to pressing state issues like transportation, energy, and waste management.

"If you care about the air you breathe, the water you drink, and the wonderful parks and landscapes in Connecticut, then pay attention to what candidates are saying about environmental issues," said CTLCV Executive Director Lori Brown.

"The candidates we endorse are reliable in their core environmental values and we urge people in their districts to support them at the polls on Nov. 6."

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