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California League of Conservation Voters Endorses Rebecca Bauer-Kahan for Assembly


Bauer-Kahan Only Candidate Who Will Work to Protect the Environment



Orinda, CA — The California League of Conservation Voters (CLCV), the non-partisan political arm of California’s environmental movement, announced today that they are endorsing Rebecca Bauer-Kahan for the 16th Assembly District. CLCV cited Bauer-Kahan’s experience on environmental issues, her willingness to stand up to special interests, like Big Oil, and her dedication to defending California’s environmental protections.


“As an environmental attorney and advocate, Rebecca Bauer-Kahan has a deep understanding of what it takes to protect our environment and she’ll make it a top priority in the Assembly,” said CLCV Political Director James Johnson. “As the Trump Administration and Republicans in Washington wage a war on California’s environmental protections, it is absolutely vital that we have leaders like Rebecca in Sacramento who can be depended on to combat climate change, clean air and water, and more.”


“CLCV is proud to endorse Rebecca Bauer-Kahan for Assembly because she is the only candidate in AD16 who will truly stand for our environment.”


Bauer-Kahan worked as an environmental attorney and has been a fierce advocate on environmental issues. As an attorney, Rebecca specialized in ensuring major corporations complied with environmental laws and regulations by leading internal investigations to improve their environmental practices, while maintaining profitability. Simultaneously, she worked with government agencies and elected officials to address their concerns.


CLCV’s mission is to protect and enhance the environment and the health of all California communities by electing environmental champions, advancing critical priorities and holding policymakers accountable.


The 16th Assembly District includes parts of Contra Costa and Alameda Counties, including the cities and towns of Dublin, Lafayette, Livermore, Orinda, Pleasanton, San Ramon, Walnut Creek, Danville and Moraga.


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