Make your plan to elect Donna Edwards

Former U.S. Rep. Donna Edwards is the green champ Maryland needs. Let’s re-elect her to Congress.

Make your plan to elect Donna Edwards:

Environment Maryland staff have worked with Donna for years in her capacities as a campaign finance reform activist and later, Member of Congress. She knows how Congress works and she has a history of prioritizing investments in science, clean energy and public transportation. As climate change increasingly takes a toll on our environment, health and well-being, we know Donna’s care for, and expertise on, these issues will be crucial.

Edwards had a consistently strong environmental record in Congress, including supporting the cleanup of the Chesapeake Bay. In addition, she’s always been an advocate for our parks and open space. She has always approached her environmental work with spirit and creativity, while representing her constituents and building broader support for change.

Maryland’s environmental community has recognized Edwards for her good work close to home. Notably, she won the Maryland Sierra Club’s 2007 Conservationist of the Year Award for founding the Campaign to Reinvest in the Heart of Oxon Hill.

Now, let’s go elect Donna Edwards.

Paid for by Environment America Action Fund– — and not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.


Wendy Wendlandt

Senior Vice President and Political Director, The Public Interest Network; President, Environment America

​​As president of Environment America, Wendy is a leading voice for the environment in the United States. She has been quoted in major national, state and local news outlets for nearly 40 years on issues ranging from air pollution to green investing. She is also a senior vice president with The Public Interest Network. She is a founding board member of Green Corps, the field school for environmental organizers, and Green Century Funds, the nation’s first family of fossil fuel free mutual funds. Wendy started with WashPIRG, where she led campaigns to create Washington state’s model toxic waste cleanup program and to stop the nation’s first high-level nuclear waste dump site. She is a 1983 graduate of Whitman College. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and dog and hikes wherever and whenever she can.

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