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Santa Clara County League of Conservation Voters Endorses Larry Carr for Mayor

Preserving open space is SCCLCV’s priority and Larry Carr is the only candidate with a demonstrated track record.


Santa Clara County League of Conservation Voters announced its endorsement of Larry Carr for Mayor of Morgan Hill.


“The League of Conservation Voters endorses candidates with a record of protecting open space. Larry Carr has a strong record of accomplishment, he has demonstrated leadership and knowledge about complex environmental issues. We are supporting Larry because he is a champion who will address the climate crisis locally and he is committed to preserving our natural environment.” said Shiloh Ballard, Chair of the Board of Directors at Santa Clara County League of Conservation Voters.

“I am honored to have the endorsement of the Santa Clara County League of Conservation Voters. LCV is an important ally in my effort to protect open space and preserve the natural environment we value in Morgan Hill,” said Larry Carr, candidate for Mayor.


“Morgan Hill is on the front line of the challenge in meeting state housing goals while still preserving the character of a community,” said candidate Carr.


“The Santa Clara County League of Conservation Voters is endorsing Larry Carr for Mayor of Morgan Hill because we know Larry will stand up for open space protections and has the proven track record of getting things done. Preservation of open space in Morgan Hill is becoming more difficult and Larry Carr is the only candidate with the experience, knowledge and commitment to bring the city council together in support of open space goals. Please join the League of Conservation Voters in supporting Larry Carr for Mayor. ,” said Shiloh Ballard, Board Chair, Santa Clara County League of Conservation Voters.


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Founded in 1992, the mission of the Santa Clara County League of Conservation Voters (SCCLCV) is to endorse and support environmentally oriented candidates and ballot measures within Santa Clara County. Learn more about our Environmental Principles here.


SCCLCV is a chapter of the California League of Conservation Voters (CLCV). To learn more about CLCV or its California Environmental Scorecard, visit their website at www.ecovote.org.

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