EDF Action this month launched a direct mail and digital advertising effort in support of four candidates, Lisa Atkins, Terry Goddard, Heather Macre, and Dan Schweiker, running for the Central Arizona Water Conservation District (CAWCD) Board.
“The Clean Water Team made up of Atkins, Goddard, Macre, and Schweiker will support thoughtful, balanced water conservation policies to help ensure that Arizonans have access to a clean and reliable supply of water today and for generations to come,” said David Kelly, Senior Manager, EDF Action.
The CAWCD Board governs the Central Arizona Project (CAP), the state’s largest source of water, which supplies millions of Arizonans with water from the Colorado River. Five of the fifteen seats on the CAWCD Board are open for election this November.
A clean reliable water supply is vital for the future of Arizona. Thoughtful and responsible conservation is a key part of providing for a robust and prosperous future for Arizona’s families, farms, businesses and communities.
Throughout the 2018 election cycle, EDF Action has been helping voters identify candidates for public office that understand and connect with the conservation and environmental values of their constituents.