The Environmentalist - Endorsements

Endorsements

On February 4, 2008, The Environmentalist endorsed Senator Barack Obama for President of the United States, citing his environmental policy positions as the reason for choosing him over the other candidates.

On January 31, 2008, Managing Editor, Janet Ritz, writing outside the environmentalism genre, reviewed and endorsed, a new release, Crossing the Line, by Ryko Recording Artist, Bill Cutler, an album that included deceased Grateful Dead lead guitarist, Jerry Garcia, among other surviving notables of the last three decades, many of whom had endorsed Senator Obama.

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