Wisconsin Conservation Scorecard
Are Your Legislators Walking the Conservation Walk? Or are they just Talking the Talk?
Know the score! Learn how your legislators are voting on the conservation issues most important to you with the
How are the Scorecard votes selected?
The votes most likely to be considered for inclusion are votes that:
Only bills that are broadly agreed upon by Wisconsin’s conservation community are considered for inclusion in the Conservation Scorecard.
Who Decides Which Votes to Include?
The goal of the Conservation Scorecard is to provide objective, factual information about the voting records of Wisconsin’s Senators and Representatives.
The Conservation Scorecard is designed to provide voters with the information necessary to distinguish true stewards of Wisconsin’s environment from those who just talk about it.
The Conservation Scorecard is released at the conclusion of each two-year legislative session (usually in the summer of even numbered years). The Conservation Scorecard is free to members of the Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters. Become a member today!
Conservation Scorecard 2011-2012: As the session wraps up, we are quickly pulling together the votes and the official "Conservation Scorecard Advisory Council." Look for the Scorecard to be released at the end of May 2012. Be sure a copy shows up in your mailbox by becoming a member today!
View past Conservation Scorecards here:
If you are looking for the National League of Conservation Voters' Environmental Scorecard for the U.S. Congress, please visit League of Conservation Voters.