Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters proudly endorses Caleb Frostman for Wisconsin’s Senate District 1 and Ann Groves Lloyd for Assembly District 42.
These upcoming special elections on June 12 are critically important to conservation in Wisconsin.
Caleb Frostman is a true champion for northeast Wisconsin. Frostman will strengthen the economy, stand up to polluters, fight for public lands and work to end corporate giveaways like Foxconn.
“I am honored to receive this endorsement,” Frostman said. “As a passionate outdoorsman since childhood, I know that the recreational activities so many of my friends and neighbors enjoy will go away if we do not work to preserve our natural resources for future generations.”
Ann Groves Lloyd grew up on a farm and understands the importance of a healthy environment. She knows future generations are depending on her to protect our environment and natural resources.
“I’m so honored to be endorsed by Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters,” Groves Lloyd said. “Growing up on my family’s farm in Lodi, I understand the importance of protecting our environment. That’s why I’ve been a member and why, when I get to Madison, one of my priorities will be protecting our water from corporate polluters.”
Executive Director Kerry Schumann said this of the endorsements:
“These candidates exemplify what thousands of conservation voters across the state represent: a commitment to protecting our state’s air, land, and water for generations to come. We’re proud to endorse them in these important elections.”
Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to electing conservation leaders, holding decision makers accountable, and encouraging lawmakers to champion conservation policies that effectively protect Wisconsin's public health and natural resources.