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Tuesday, February 21, 2006

TX-28: Cuellar's Terrible Environmental Record

Posted by DavidNYC

Last week, the League of Conservation Voters endorsed Ciro Rodriguez over Henry Cuellar. Today, they've released their 2005 environmental scorecard. Not surprisingly, Cuellar's record is wretched. In fact, of Texas Dems, he's tied for the worst score, voting the right way just 33% of the time. By contrast, Ciro had ratings of 61, 68 and 77 in the prior three sessions of Congress - a darn sight better than Cuellar, and one of the better records in Texas.

P.S. Early voting begins today in Texas. If you live in the 28th CD, cast your ballot for Ciro now!

Posted at 03:28 PM in 2006 Elections - House, Texas | Technorati

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