Three Things Thursday: More drinking water problems; water as a flashpoint for elections up and down the ballot; and getting involved in . . .
Michigan ranks 49th out of 50 states in terms of transparency and good governance.
A recent study from George Washington University showed that over 90% of those polled (including all political parties) supported efforts by state governments to initiate stronger standards for accountability and government transparency.
In spite of a clear consensus for reforms, few if any have moved forward in recent years. Adding insult to injury, we have severely outdated election infrastructure.
Each year, there are enormous threats to the health of Michigan’s democratic process, a process fundamental to achieving our mission.
Passing strong laws to protect our environment depends upon open and fair elections so that we can help elect pro-conservation decision-makers to office.
Michigan, should be pushing forward with smart, pragmatic policies that enrich our democratic process and ensure better outcomes for the public. It just takes political will to get the job done.
That’s where Michigan LCV comes in and that’s where YOU come in.
Lansing, MI – The Michigan League of Conservation Voters (Michigan LCV) today announced its final round of endorsements for two candidates for . . .
Three Things Thursday: A grand gala event, Oakland County elections, and–yes–more on dangerous Line 5 Dear Michigan LCV Family, Welcome to . . .
Michigan LCV, Sierra Club Michigan Chapter launch initiative to elect environmental champions in Oakland County
Lansing, MI – The Michigan League of Conservation Voters (Michigan LCV) and Sierra Club Michigan Chapter today announced the Vote Oakland County Green Initiative, a new unified campaign . . .
SPECIAL EDITION w/a spotlight on Michigan LCV Ed Fund’s poll worker recruitment and direct voter contact campaign! Plus, electing bold leaders on . . .
Major Water Announcement, #OurWaterOurVote Campaign, and the MLCV team’s direct, coordinated work with top tier candidates Dear Michigan LCV Family, . . .
$1 million Our Water, Our Vote campaign makes toxic contamination, public health a flashpoint in races up-and-down the ballot
LANSING – The Michigan League of Conservation Voters today announced a $1 million independent expenditure campaign through its Conservation Voters of Michigan PAC (CVM . . .
Dear Michigan LCV Family, Welcome to the September 24th edition of Three Things Thursday. I send these weekly messages to keep . . .
Over the past month, we have seen the disastrous effects of climate change play out across the country. The devastating wildfires on . . .
Dear Michigan LCV Family, Welcome to the September 17th edition of Three Things Thursday. In this week’s Three Things, you’ll . . .