The Connecticut League of Conservation Voters has endorsed Democratic
candidate Cathy Osten in the 19th District state Senate race and James
Crawford in the 33rd District state Senate race.
those who requested endorsement from CTLCV this year and turned in
surveys in a timely manner, only 25 percent of all Republicans and 25
percent of all Democrats were endorsed.
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,
the group said in a press release.
current Sprague first selectman, is running against Republican 47th
District state Rep. Christopher Coutu in the 19th District race that
covers Norwich, Ledyard, northeastern Montville, Franklin, Sprague,
Lisbon, Marlborough, Hebron, Columbia and Lebanon.
Sprague first selectman) Cathy has shown commitment to environmental
protection. Some of her accomplishments include saving over 280 acres of
open space, working to establish a greenway from Lisbon through
Windham, cleaning up local brownfields, creating a smart growth council,
and creating community gardens.
a current state Representative from Westbrook, is running for the 33rd
state Senate seat against Republican Art Linares and Green Party
candidate Melissa Schlag in the district that covers Chester, Clinton,
Colchester, Deep River, East Haddam, East Hampton, Essex, Haddam, Lyme,
Old Saybrook, Portland, and Westbrook.
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