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By EdPotosnak | October 29th, 2013 - 11:17am
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Trenton, NJ— Today the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters for a Cleaner Environment released two campaign mailers supporting Republican State Senator “Kip Bateman.” 

NJLCV for a Cleaner Environment, New Jersey’s only environmental Super PAC, is supporting the Garden State’s Greenest State Senator, Republican “Kip” Bateman sending two campaign mailers to voters in his district  (3: “What?” and 4: “Bickering”).  These mail pieces are part of the five waves of mail the group is sending to 12,174 Democratic and Unaffiliated households endorsing Senator Bateman as a different kind of Republican, working across the aisle to protect our environment, preserve open space, safeguard our water, and clean our air.

“Senator Bateman stood up to protect our environment and we are proud to stand with him and support his re-election.” said Ed Potosnak, Executive Director of NJLCV.  “Our support for Senator Kip Bateman’s re-election ensures New Jersey families and businesses have a champion in Trenton to protect clean water, open space and parks, and clean air.”

LD 16 is a newly competitive district with the addition of Princeton and South Brunswick—registered Democrats (36,580) outnumber Republicans (32,275) with 62,166 Independents.  The group is spending over $40,000 on 5 waves of mail praising Senator Bateman’s 91% environmental rating on NJLCV’s 2013 Scorecard.

Links to mail pieces:

What?
http://tinyurl.com/NJLCVCE-What1

Bickering
http://tinyurl.com/NJLCVCE-Bickering

 

 

Paid for by the New Jersey League of Conservation Voters for a Cleaner Environment  PO BOX 1237 Trenton, NJ  08607

About NJLCV:

The New Jersey League of Conservation Voters (NJLCV) serves as the leading political voice for the environment. As a non-partisan, statewide organization NJLCV holds elected officials accountable for all their actions that impact our precious natural resources.

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Contact Info: 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                    

Contact: Ed Potosnak, New Jersey League of Conservation Voters, 609-331-9922 (ed.potosnak@njlcv.org

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