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NYLCV Endorses Andrew M. Cuomo For Governor

Even at a time of fiscal restraint, Governor Cuomo has increased the state's investment in our natural resources, initiated a much-needed overhaul of state parks and led a multi-state effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. We are especially impressed with the Governor's record on clean energy and climate resiliency -- two of the most complex yet critical sustainability challenges facing our state. New York is once again on the right track, and Governor Cuomo has played a key role in getting us there.

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NYLCV Endorses Tom DiNapoli For Comptroller

When it comes to saving taxpayer dollars, making our state agencies more efficient and protecting the environment, Tom DiNapoli has been an outstanding Comptroller. His audits have prodded state government to eliminate inefficiencies that harm our air and water. His investment decisions have helped grow clean-tech industries that are leading the way toward a stronger economy. His own office is one of the greenest around. We need leaders in Albany who will fight for a better future, and that's why we enthusiastically endorse Tom DiNapoli for Comptroller.
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Ted O'Brien: The Right Choice For The Environment

wo years ago, NYLCV named Ted O'Brien as one of our top priority races for the State Senate. From the very moment he took office in District 55, Senator O'Brien made the environment a hallmark of his legislative agenda. There is still a lot of work to be done, especially cleaning up the Great Lakes and Finger Lakes, and passing legislation to get toxic chemicals out of children's toys and products. That's why we need Ted O'Brien in Albany - to get results for a cleaner, greener Western New York.
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NYLCV Endorses Domenic Recchia For Congress

Domenic Recchia has a long and extensive record of fighting for the environment. While he was in the City Council and serving as Finance Chair, he supported dozens of pieces of environmental legislation to help make our buildings more energy efficient, to help reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, clean our waterways, upgrade our parks and stop illegal dumping.  NYLCV is especially impressed with his record on helping Staten Island and Brooklyn recover after Superstorm Sandy. With his support, the Council passed 10 bills that will improve emergency preparedness and post-storm recovery.
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