Sierra Club Endorses Dina Titus for Congress

Nation’s Largest Grassroots Environmental Group Continues Strong Support for Titus

Jonathon Berman,

Las Vegas, NV -- Today, the Sierra Club announced its endorsement of Dina Titus for Congress in Nevada’s 1st Congressional District. 

“We are excited to announce Sierra Club’s endorsement of Dina Titus for Congress,” said Toiyabe Chapter Director Brian Beffort. “Since day one, Congresswoman Titus has been a fierce advocate for Nevadans’’ health, air and water, protecting our public lands, and building a clean energy economy that works for all while working tirelessly to stop any effort to make our state a dumping ground for nuclear waste. Titus is a true environmental champion, and we’re proud to endorse her once again.”

Titus has consistently touted and advocated for the need to address the climate crisis through bold legislative action, recognizing the significant benefits clean energy and clean transportation jobs have and can continue to have for the district. She has also been a fierce advocate against any effort to revitalize Yucca Mountain as a dumping ground for nuclear waste.

“Congresswoman Titus’ leadership has been instrumental in driving clean energy investments and protecting our public lands," said Sierra Club Political Director Sarah Burton. “From her efforts to protect the Desert Wildlife National Refuge to the Avi Kwa Ame, Congresswoman Titus is a true public lands champion and the Sierra Club is proud to endorse her once again.”

The Sierra Club will again mobilize its members and supporters to reelect Congresswoman Titus.


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