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Claire Cousin

New York Assembly District 106

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Anna Thomas

Pennsylvania House District 137

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Candace Avalos

Oregon Portland City Council District 1

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Davante Lewis

“We had a tough campaign ahead of us: an 18-year incumbent receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars from the utility companies he was supposed to regulate. Right when we needed it most, Lead Locally stepped up and helped us channel our grassroots energy into a sophisticated volunteer program that powered us to victory. Their support was instrumental in building the movement for clean, affordable, and reliable utilities that turned out on Election Day to win this race and secure Louisiana’s energy future.”

Davante Lewis Louisiana Public Service Commissioner

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