Sierra Club Joins Warren Supporters at Events Across Massachusetts, from Agawam to Worcester
SOMERVILLE – Elizabeth Warren’s grassroots supporters today held Earth Day canvasses across Massachusetts, from Agawam to Worcester, in support of her campaign for United States Senate. Warren joined volunteers at the canvass in Somerville on Sunday, while Governor Michael and Kitty Dukakis attended the local canvass in Brookline. In Somerville, Massachusetts State Representative Carl Sciortino and State Senator Pat Jehlen helped kick off the canvass with Warren.
The Sierra Club joined Warren and her supporters at the canvassing events throughout the Commonwealth. Earlier this month, the Sierra Club, among the largest and most influential grassroots environmental organizations in the country, endorsed Elizabeth Warren for United States Senate saying that she will be a leader in promoting clean energy investments and environmental protection.
"I am proud to join with the Sierra Club on Earth Day as we continue the fight to protect our environment and improve the health and well-being of our communities,” said Warren. “We’ve made a lot of progress since the first Earth Day celebration in 1970, but there’s still much more we need to do. It’s time to stop subsidizing dirty fuels like oil, gas, and coal, and to make new investments in 21st century clean energy.”
The Sierra Club, founded in 1892, is the nation’s largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization, working to create safe and healthy communities, promote smart energy solutions, and preserve an enduring legacy for America's wild places.