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 Steve Berch
Steve
Berch
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Idaho
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Idaho
 Steve Berch
Steve
Berch
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Abraham Aiyash
Abraham
Aiyash
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Abraham Aiyash
Abraham
Aiyash
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Adam Smith
Smith
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Adam Smith
Smith
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Al Muratsuchi
Al
Muratsuchi
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California
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California
Al Muratsuchi
Al
Muratsuchi
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Alex Padilla
Alex
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Alex Padilla
Alex
Padilla
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Alex Valdez
Alex
Valdez
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Colorado
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Colorado
Alex Valdez
Alex
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Ali Rabe
Ali
Rabe
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Ali Rabe
Ali
Rabe
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Alice Buckley
Alice
Buckley
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Montana
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Representative
Party
Democrat
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- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Alice Buckley
Alice
Buckley
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Representative
Amos O'Neal
Amos
O'Neal
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Michigan
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Amos O'Neal
Amos
O'Neal
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Andrea Olsen
Andrea
Olsen
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Montana
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Senate
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Democrat
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- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Andrea Olsen
Andrea
Olsen
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Senate
Andrew Stoddard
Andrew
Stoddard
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Utah
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Andrew Stoddard
Andrew
Stoddard
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Andy Josephson
Andy
Josephson
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Alaska
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Alaska
Andy Josephson
Andy
Josephson
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Angela Romero
Angela
Romero
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Utah
Angela Romero
Angela
Romero
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Anna Caballero
Anna
Caballero
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Anna Caballero
Anna
Caballero
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Anna Eshoo
Anna
Eshoo
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Anna Eshoo
Anna
Eshoo
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Anthony Portantino
Anthony
Portantino
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California
Anthony Portantino
Anthony
Portantino
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Anthony Rendon
Anthony
Rendon
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California
Anthony Rendon
Anthony
Rendon
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Ash Kalra
Ash
Kalra
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California
Ash Kalra
Ash
Kalra
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Ayanna Pressley
Pressley
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Ayanna Pressley
Pressley
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Barbara Lee
Barbara
Lee
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Barbara Lee
Barbara
Lee
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Ben Allen
Ben
Allen
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California
Ben Allen
Ben
Allen
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Bernie Sanders
Sanders
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Vermont
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Bernie Sanders
Sanders
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Betty McCollum
McCollum
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Minnesota
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Minnesota
Betty McCollum
McCollum
Federal
Bill Dodd
Bill
Dodd
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California
Bill Dodd
Bill
Dodd
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Blanca Rubio
Blanca
Rubio
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California
Blanca Rubio
Blanca
Rubio
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Bob Archuleta
Bob
Archuleta
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California
Bob Archuleta
Bob
Archuleta
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Brad Schneider
Schneider
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Illinois
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Illinois
Brad Schneider
Schneider
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Brad Sherman
Brad
Sherman
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California
Brad Sherman
Brad
Sherman
Federal
Brendan F. Boyle
Boyle
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Pennsylvania
Brendan F. Boyle
Boyle
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Brian K. Fitzpatrick
Fitzpatrick
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Pennsylvania
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Pennsylvania
Brian K. Fitzpatrick
Fitzpatrick
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Brian King
Brian
King
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Brian King
Brian
King
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Brian Maienschein
Brian
Maienschein
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Brian Maienschein
Brian
Maienschein
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Brian Schatz
Schatz
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Hawaii
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Hawaii
Brian Schatz
Schatz
Federal
Brianna Titone
Brianna
Titone
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Colorado
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Colorado
Brianna Titone
Brianna
Titone
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Brooke Green
Brooke
Green
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Idaho
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Idaho
Brooke Green
Brooke
Green
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Bryce Edgmon
Bryce
Edgmon
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Alaska
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Alaska
Bryce Edgmon
Bryce
Edgmon
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Buffy Wicks
Buffy
Wicks
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California
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California
Buffy Wicks
Buffy
Wicks
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Carol Moss
Carol
Moss
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Utah
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Carol Moss
Carol
Moss
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Catherine Cortez Masto
Catherine
Cortez Masto
State
Nevada
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

Supports emergency listing to restore gray wolf federal protections under the Endangered Species Act (Senate letter dated October 28,2021).

Nevada
Catherine Cortez Masto
Catherine
Cortez Masto
Federal
Senate
Chris Holden
Chris
Holden
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California
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California
Chris Holden
Chris
Holden
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Chris Larson
Chris
Larson
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Wisconsin
Chris Larson
Chris
Larson
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Chris Mathias
Chris
Mathias
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Idaho
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Idaho
Chris Mathias
Chris
Mathias
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Chris Van Hollen
Van Hollen
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Maryland
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Maryland
Chris Van Hollen
Van Hollen
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Christine Sinicki
Christine
Sinicki
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Wisconsin
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Wisconsin
Christine Sinicki
Christine
Sinicki
State
Christopher Pope
Christopher
Pope
State
Montana
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Senate
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Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

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Christopher Pope
Christopher
Pope
State
Senate
Christopher S. Murphy
Murphy
State
Connecticut
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Connecticut
Christopher S. Murphy
Murphy
Federal
Chuy Garcia
Garcia
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Illinois
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Illinois
Chuy Garcia
Garcia
Federal
Colin Nash
Colin
Nash
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Idaho
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Idaho
Colin Nash
Colin
Nash
State
Colin Z. Allred
Allred
State
Texas
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Texas
Colin Z. Allred
Allred
Federal
Connie Keogh
Connie
Keogh
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Connie Keogh
Connie
Keogh
State
Representative
Cory A. Booker
Booker
State
New Jersey
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New Jersey
Cory A. Booker
Booker
Federal
Cottie Petrie-Norris
Cottie
Petrie-Norris
State
California
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California
Cottie Petrie-Norris
Cottie
Petrie-Norris
State
Dan Ortiz
Dan
Ortiz
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Alaska
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Alaska
Dan Ortiz
Dan
Ortiz
State
Dan Rayfield
Dan
Rayfield
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Oregon
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Oregon
Dan Rayfield
Dan
Rayfield
State
Dana Nessel
Dana
Nessel
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Michigan
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Michigan
Dana Nessel
Dana
Nessel
State
Dave Considine
Dave
Considine
State
Wisconsin
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Party
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Wisconsin
Dave Considine
Dave
Considine
State
Dave Fern
Dave
Fern
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against HB 627 (2023) that would have allowed snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones .  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Dave Fern
Dave
Fern
State
Representative
David Cicilline
Cicilline
State
Rhode Island
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Rhode Island
David Cicilline
Cicilline
Federal
David Gomberg
David
Gomberg
State
Oregon
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Oregon
David Gomberg
David
Gomberg
State
Dayna Polehanki
Dayna
Polehanki
State
Michigan
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Michigan
Dayna Polehanki
Dayna
Polehanki
State
Deb Andraca
Deb
Andraca
State
Wisconsin
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Wisconsin
Deb Andraca
Deb
Andraca
State
Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Wasserman Schultz
State
Florida
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Florida
Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Wasserman Schultz
Federal
Deborah K. Ross
Ross
State
North Carolina
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Party
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North Carolina
Deborah K. Ross
Ross
Federal
Denise Baum
Denise
Baum
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Website
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

Montana
Denise Baum
Denise
Baum
State
Representative
Denise Hayman
Denise
Hayman
State
Montana
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Denise Hayman
Denise
Hayman
State
Senate
Diana DeGette
Degette
State
Colorado
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Party
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Colorado
Diana DeGette
Degette
Federal
Dianne Feinstein
Dianne
Feinstein
State
California
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Party
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California
Dianne Feinstein
Dianne
Feinstein
Federal
Dina Titus
Titus
State
Nevada
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

Supports emergency listing to restore gray wolf federal protections under the Endangered Species Act (House letter dated December15, 2021).

Nevada
Dina Titus
Titus
Federal
Representative
Donald S. Beyer
Beyer
State
Virginia
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Party
Reasons for endorsement
Virginia
Donald S. Beyer
Beyer
Federal
Donavon Hawk
Donovan
Hawk
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Donavon Hawk
Donovan
Hawk
State
Representative
Earl Blumenauer
Blumenauer
State
Oregon
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Party
Reasons for endorsement
Oregon
Earl Blumenauer
Blumenauer
Federal
Ed Stafman
Ed
Stafman
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Ed Stafman
Ed
Stafman
State
Representative
Edie McClafferty
Edie
McClafferty
State
Montana
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Edie McClafferty
Edie
McClafferty
State
Senate
Edward J. Markey
Markey
State
Massachusetts
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Party
Reasons for endorsement
Massachusetts
Edward J. Markey
Markey
Federal
Eleanor Holmes Norton
Eleanor Holmes
Norton
State
District of Columbia
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement
District of Columbia
Eleanor Holmes Norton
Eleanor Holmes
Norton
Federal
Representative
Elizabeth Steiner Hayward
Elizabeth
Steiner Hayward
State
Oregon
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Party
Reasons for endorsement
Oregon
Elizabeth Steiner Hayward
Elizabeth
Steiner Hayward
State
Elizabeth Warren
Warren
State
Massachusetts
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Massachusetts
Elizabeth Warren
Warren
Federal
Ellen Rosenblum
Ellen
Rosenblum
State
Oregon
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Oregon
Ellen Rosenblum
Ellen
Rosenblum
State
Ellie Boldman
Ellie
Boldman
State
Montana
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Website
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Ellie Boldman
Ellie
Boldman
State
Senate
Eloise Gomez Reyes
Eloise Gomez
Reyes
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Eloise Gomez Reyes
Eloise Gomez
Reyes
State
Emily Sirota
Emily
Sirota
State
Colorado
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Colorado
Emily Sirota
Emily
Sirota
State
Emma Kerr-Carpenter
Emma
Kerr-Carpenter
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Emma Kerr-Carpenter
Emma
Kerr-Carpenter
State
Representative
Eric Matthews
Eric
Matthews
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Website
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

Montana
Eric Matthews
Eric
Matthews
State
Representative
Erika Geiss
Erika
Geiss
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Erika Geiss
Erika
Geiss
State
Senate
Evan Low
Evan
Low
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Evan Low
Evan
Low
State
Felicia Brabec
Felicia
Brabec
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Felicia Brabec
Felicia
Brabec
State
Floyd Prozanski
Floyd
Prozanski
State
Oregon
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Party
Reasons for endorsement
Oregon
Floyd Prozanski
Floyd
Prozanski
State
Francesca Hong
Francesca
Hong
State
Wisconsin
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Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wisconsin
Francesca Hong
Francesca
Hong
State
Frank Hornstein
Frank
Hornstein
State
Minnesota
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Party
Reasons for endorsement
Minnesota
Frank Hornstein
Frank
Hornstein
State
Frank Pallone Jr.
Pallone
State
New Jersey
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
New Jersey
Frank Pallone Jr.
Pallone
Federal
Frank Smith
Frank
Smith
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Website
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against HB 627 (2023) that would have allowed snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones .  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Frank Smith
Frank
Smith
State
Representative
Freddie Rodriguez
Freddie
Rodriquez
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Freddie Rodriguez
Freddie
Rodriquez
State
Gary C. Peters
Peters
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Gary C. Peters
Peters
Federal
Gavin Newsom
Gavin
Newsom
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Gavin Newsom
Gavin
Newsom
State
Gerald E. Connolly
Connolly
State
Virginia
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Virginia
Gerald E. Connolly
Connolly
Federal
Grace Meng
Meng
State
New York
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
New York
Grace Meng
Meng
Federal
Grace Napolitano
Grace
Napolitano
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Grace Napolitano
Grace
Napolitano
Federal
Greta Neubauer
Greta
Neubauer
State
Wisconsin
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wisconsin
Greta Neubauer
Greta
Neubauer
State
Gwen S. Moore
Gwen
Moore
State
Wisconsin
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wisconsin
Gwen S. Moore
Gwen
Moore
Federal
Haley M. Stevens
Stevens
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Haley M. Stevens
Stevens
Federal
Heather Edelson
Heather
Edelson
State
Minnesota
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Minnesota
Heather Edelson
Heather
Edelson
State
Henry Stern
Henry
Stern
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Henry Stern
Henry
Stern
State
Ilana Rubel
Ilana
Rubel
State
Idaho
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Idaho
Ilana Rubel
Ilana
Rubel
State
Jack Reed
Reed
State
Rhode Island
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Rhode Island
Jack Reed
Reed
Federal
Jacky Rosen
Jackie
Rosen
State
Nevada
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

Supports emergency listing to restore gray wolf federal protections under the Endangered Species Act (Senate letter dated October 28,2021).

Nevada
Jacky Rosen
Jackie
Rosen
Federal
Senate
Jacqui Irwin
Jacqui
Irwin
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Jacqui Irwin
Jacqui
Irwin
State
Jake Auchincloss
Auchincloss
State
Massachusetts
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Massachusetts
Jake Auchincloss
Auchincloss
Federal
Jame Ruchti
James
Ruchti
State
Idaho
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Idaho
Jame Ruchti
James
Ruchti
State
James P. McGovern
McGovern
State
Massachusetts
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Massachusetts
James P. McGovern
McGovern
Federal
James Ramos
James
Ramos
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
James Ramos
James
Ramos
State
Jamie Raskin
Raskin
State
Maryland
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Maryland
Jamie Raskin
Raskin
Federal
Jan Schakowsky
Schakowsky
State
Illinois
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Illinois
Jan Schakowsky
Schakowsky
Federal
Janet Ellis
Janet
Ellis
State
Montana
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Janet Ellis
Janet
Ellis
State
Senate
Janie Ward-Engelking
Janie
Ward-Engelking
State
Idaho
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Idaho
Janie Ward-Engelking
Janie
Ward-Engelking
State
Jared Huffman
Jared
Huffman
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Jared Huffman
Jared
Huffman
Federal
Jared Polis
Jared
Polis
State
Colorado
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Colorado
Jared Polis
Jared
Polis
State
Jason Crow
Crow
State
Colorado
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Colorado
Jason Crow
Crow
Federal
Jay Inslee
Jay
Inslee
State
Washington
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Washington
Jay Inslee
Jay
Inslee
State
Jeff Irwin
Jeff
Irwin
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Jeff Irwin
Jeff
Irwin
State
Senate
Jen Dailey-Provost
Reasons for endorsement
Utah
Jen Dailey-Provost
Jen
Dailey-Provost
State
Jen Gross
Jen
Gross
State
Montana
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Jen Gross
Jen
Gross
State
Senate
Jennifer Lynch
Jennifer
Lynch
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Website
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

Montana
Jennifer Lynch
Jennifer
Lynch
State
Representative
Jeremy Moss
Jeremy
Moss
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Jeremy Moss
Jeremy
Moss
State
Senate
Jerrold Nadler
Nadler
State
New York
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
New York
Jerrold Nadler
Nadler
Federal
Jesse Gabriel
Jesse
Gabriel
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Jesse Gabriel
Jesse
Gabriel
State
Jill Cohenour
Cohenour
Jill
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Jill Cohenour
Cohenour
Jill
State
Representative
Jim Hamilton
Jim
Hamilton
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Jim Hamilton
Jim
Hamilton
State
Representative
Jim Wood
Jim
Wood
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Jim Wood
Jim
Wood
State
Jodi Emerson
Jodi
Emerson
State
Wisconsin
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wisconsin
Jodi Emerson
Jodi
Emerson
State
Joe Neguse
Neguse
State
Colorado
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Colorado
Joe Neguse
Neguse
Federal
Joel Briscoe
Joel
Briscoe
State
Utah
Level of government:
Party
Website
Reasons for endorsement
Utah
Joel Briscoe
Joel
Briscoe
State
John B. Larson
Larson
State
Connecticut
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Connecticut
John B. Larson
Larson
Federal
John Gannon
John
Gannon
State
Idaho
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Idaho
John Gannon
John
Gannon
State
Jonathan Karlen
Jonathan
Karlen
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Website
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

Montana
Jonathan Karlen
Jonathan
Karlen
State
Representative
Jonathan Windy Boy
Jonathan
Windy Boy
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Website
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Jonathan Windy Boy
Jonathan
Windy Boy
State
Representative
Judy Chu
Judy
Chu
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Judy Chu
Judy
Chu
Federal
Julia Brownley
Julia
Brownley
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Julia Brownley
Julia
Brownley
Federal
Julie Brixie
Julie
Brixie
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Julie Brixie
Julie
Brixie
State
Kara Hope
Kara
Hope
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Kara Hope
Kara
Hope
State
Karen Kwan
Karen
Kwan
State
Utah
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Utah
Karen Kwan
Karen
Kwan
State
Kathleen Riebe
Kathleen
Riebe
State
Utah
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Utah
Kathleen Riebe
Kathleen
Riebe
State
Kathy Kelker
Kathy
Kelker
State
Montana
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Kathy Kelker
Kathy
Kelker
State
Senate
Katie Sullivan
Katie
Sullivan
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Katie Sullivan
Katie
Sullivan
State
Representative
Kelda Roys
Kelda
Roys
State
Wisconsin
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wisconsin
Kelda Roys
Kelda
Roys
State
Kelly Kortum
Kelly
Kortum
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Kelly Kortum
Kelly
Kortum
State
Representative
Kevin McCarty
Kevin
McCarty
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Kevin McCarty
Kevin
McCarty
State
Kevin Mullin
Kevin
Mullin
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Kevin Mullin
Kevin
Mullin
Federal
Kim Abbott
Kim
Abbott
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Kim Abbott
Kim
Abbott
State
Representative
Kirsten Gillibrand
Gillenbrand
State
New York
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
New York
Kirsten Gillibrand
Gillenbrand
Federal
Kristina Shelton
Kristina
Shelton
State
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Kristina Shelton
Kristina
Shelton
LaTonya Johnson
LaTonya
Johnson
State
Wisconsin
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wisconsin
LaTonya Johnson
LaTonya
Johnson
State
Laura Friedman
Laura
Friedman
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Laura Friedman
Laura
Friedman
State
Laura Smith
Laura
Smith
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Website
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

Montana
Laura Smith
Laura
Smith
State
Representative
Lauren Necochea
Lauren
Necochea
State
Idaho
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Idaho
Lauren Necochea
Lauren
Necochea
State
Laurie Bishop
Laurie
Bishop
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Laurie Bishop
Laurie
Bishop
State
Representative
Laurie Pohutsky
Laurie
Pohutsky
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Laurie Pohutsky
Laurie
Pohutsky
State
Lee Snodgrass
Lee
Snodgrass
State
Wisconsin
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wisconsin
Lee Snodgrass
Lee
Snodgrass
State
Lena Gonzalez
Lena
Gonzalez
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Lena Gonzalez
Lena
Gonzalez
State
Lena Taylor
Lena
Taylor
State
Wisconsin
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wisconsin
Lena Taylor
Lena
Taylor
State
Linda T. Sanchez
Linda
Sanchez
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Linda T. Sanchez
Linda
Sanchez
Federal
Lisa Blunt Rochester
Blunt Rochester
State
Delaware
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Delaware
Lisa Blunt Rochester
Blunt Rochester
Federal
Lisa Calderon
Lisa
Calderon
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Lisa Calderon
Lisa
Calderon
State
Lisa Subeck
Lisa
Subeck
State
Wisconsin
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wisconsin
Lisa Subeck
Lisa
Subeck
State
Lori Stone
Lori
Stone
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Lori Stone
Lori
Stone
State
Lou Correa
J. Luis
Correa
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Lou Correa
J. Luis
Correa
Federal
Louise Stutes
Louise
Stutes
State
Alaska
Level of government:
Party
Website
Reasons for endorsement
Alaska
Louise Stutes
Louise
Stutes
State
Lucy McBath
McBath
State
Georgia
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Georgia
Lucy McBath
McBath
Federal
Luz Escamilla
Luz
Escamilla
State
Utah
Level of government:
Party
Website
Reasons for endorsement
Utah
Luz Escamilla
Luz
Escamilla
State
Luz Maria Rivas
Luz Maria
Rivas
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Luz Maria Rivas
Luz Maria
Rivas
State
Madeleine Dean
Dean
State
Pennsylvania
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Pennsylvania
Madeleine Dean
Dean
Federal
Mallory McMorrow
Mallory
McMorrow
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Mallory McMorrow
Mallory
McMorrow
State
Senate
Marc Berman
Marc
Berman
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Marc Berman
Marc
Berman
State
Marcy Kaptur
Kaptur
State
Ohio
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Ohio
Marcy Kaptur
Kaptur
Federal
Maria Elena Durazo
Maria Elenna
Durazo
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Maria Elena Durazo
Maria Elenna
Durazo
State
Marilyn Marler
Marilyn
Marler
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Marilyn Marler
Marilyn
Marler
State
Representative
Marisabel Cabrera
Marisabel
Cabrera
State
Wisconsin
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wisconsin
Marisabel Cabrera
Marisabel
Cabrera
State
Mark Pocan
Pocan
State
Wisconsin
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wisconsin
Mark Pocan
Pocan
Federal
Mark Takano
Mark
Takano
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Mark Takano
Mark
Takano
Federal
Mark Thane
Mark
Thane
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Mark Thane
Mark
Thane
State
Representative
Mark Wheatley
Mark
Wheatley
State
Utah
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Utah
Mark Wheatley
Mark
Wheatley
State
Marvin Weatherwax
Marvin
Weatherwax
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Website
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

Montana
Marvin Weatherwax
Marvin
Weatherwax
State
Representative
Mary Ann Dunwell
Mary Ann
Dunwell
State
Montana
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Mary Ann Dunwell
Mary Ann
Dunwell
State
Senate
Mary Caferro
Mary
Caferro
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Mary Caferro
Mary
Caferro
State
Representative
Mary Cavanagh
Mary
Cavanagh
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Mary Cavanagh
Mary
Cavanagh
State
Matt Claman
Matt
Claman
State
Alaska
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Alaska
Matt Claman
Matt
Claman
State
Mazie K. Hirono
Hirono
State
Hawaii
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Hawaii
Mazie K. Hirono
Hirono
Federal
Meg Froelich
Meg
Froelich
State
Colorado
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Party
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Colorado
Meg Froelich
Meg
Froelich
State
Melissa Agard
Melissa
Agard
State
Wisconsin
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wisconsin
Melissa Agard
Melissa
Agard
State
Melissa Romano
Melissa
Romano
State
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Website
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

Melissa Romano
Melissa
Romano
State
Representative
Melissa Wintrow
Melissa
Wintrow
State
Idaho
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Party
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Idaho
Melissa Wintrow
Melissa
Wintrow
State
Miguel Santiago
Miguel
Santiago
State
California
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Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Miguel Santiago
Miguel
Santiago
State
Mike Fox
Mike
Fox
State
Montana
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Website
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Mike Fox
Mike
Fox
State
Senate
Mike Gierau
Mike
Gierau
State
Wyoming
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wyoming
Mike Gierau
Mike
Gierau
State
Mike McGuire
Mike
McGuire
State
California
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Party
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California
Mike McGuire
Mike
McGuire
State
Mike Quigley
Quigley
State
Illinois
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Party
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Illinois
Mike Quigley
Quigley
Federal
Mike Weissman
Mike
Weissman
State
Colorado
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Party
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Colorado
Mike Weissman
Mike
Weissman
State
Mike Yin
Mike
Yin
State
Wyoming
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Party
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Wyoming
Mike Yin
Mike
Yin
State
Monique Limon
Monique
Limon
State
California
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Party
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California
Monique Limon
Monique
Limon
State
Nancy Nathanson
Nancy
Nathanson
State
Oregon
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Party
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Oregon
Nancy Nathanson
Nancy
Nathanson
State
Nancy Skinner
Nancy
Skinner
State
California
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Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Nancy Skinner
Nancy
Skinner
State
Neal Foster
Neal
Foster
State
Alaska
Level of government:
Party
Website
Reasons for endorsement
Alaska
Neal Foster
Neal
Foster
State
Pat Flowers
Pat
Flowers
State
Montana
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Pat Flowers
Pat
Flowers
State
Senate
Paul Holvey
Paul
Holvey
State
Oregon
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Oregon
Paul Holvey
Paul
Holvey
State
Paul Tuss
Paul
Tuss
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

Montana
Paul Tuss
Paul
Tuss
State
Representative
Paul Wojno
Paul
Wojno
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Paul Wojno
Paul
Wojno
State
Senate
Peter A. Welch
Welch
State
Vermont
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Vermont
Peter A. Welch
Welch
Federal
Peter Fischer
Peter
Fischer
State
Minnesota
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Minnesota
Peter Fischer
Peter
Fischer
State
Phil Ting
Phil
Ting
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Phil Ting
Phil
Ting
State
Pramila Jayapal
Jayapal
State
Washington
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Washington
Pramila Jayapal
Jayapal
Federal
RIchard Roth
Richard
Roth
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
RIchard Roth
Richard
Roth
State
Rachel Hood
Rachel
Hood
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Rachel Hood
Rachel
Hood
State
Raja Krishnamoorthi
Krishnamoorthi
State
Illinois
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Illinois
Raja Krishnamoorthi
Krishnamoorthi
Federal
Ranjeev Puri
Ranjeev
Puri
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Ranjeev Puri
Ranjeev
Puri
State
Rashida Tlaib
Tlaib
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Rashida Tlaib
Tlaib
Federal
Raul Grijalva
Raul
Grijalva
State
Arizona
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Arizona
Raul Grijalva
Raul
Grijalva
Federal
Rebecca Bauer-Kahan
Rebecca
Bauer Kahan
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Rebecca Bauer-Kahan
Rebecca
Bauer Kahan
State
Regina Weiss
Regina
Weiss
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Regina Weiss
Regina
Weiss
State
Reginald Jones-Sawyer
Reginald
Jones-Sawyer
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Reginald Jones-Sawyer
Reginald
Jones-Sawyer
State
Richard Blumenthal
Blumenthal
State
Connecticut
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Connecticut
Richard Blumenthal
Blumenthal
Federal
Rick Larsen
Larsen
State
Washington
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Washington
Rick Larsen
Larsen
Federal
Ro Khanna
Ro
Khanna
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Ro Khanna
Ro
Khanna
Federal
Rob Bonta
Rob
Bonta
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Rob Bonta
Rob
Bonta
State
Rob Nosse
Rob
Nosse
State
Oregon
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Oregon
Rob Nosse
Rob
Nosse
State
Robert C. Scott
Scott
State
Virginia
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Virginia
Robert C. Scott
Scott
Federal
Robert Carter
Robert
Carter
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Website
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

Montana
Robert Carter
Robert
Carter
State
Representative
Robert Menendez
Menendez
State
New Jersey
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
New Jersey
Robert Menendez
Menendez
Federal
Robert Rivas
Robert
Rivas
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Robert Rivas
Robert
Rivas
State
Robyn Vining
Robyn
Vining
State
Wisconsin
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wisconsin
Robyn Vining
Robyn
Vining
State
Ron Taylor
Ron
Taylor
State
Idaho
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement
Idaho
Ron Taylor
Ron
Taylor
State
Senate
Rosemary Bayer
Rosemary
Bayer
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Rosemary Bayer
Rosemary
Bayer
State
Ruben Gallego
Gallego
State
Arizona
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Arizona
Ruben Gallego
Gallego
Federal
Ryan Lynch
Ryan
Lynch
State
Montana
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Ryan Lynch
Ryan
Lynch
State
Senate
SJ Howell
SJ
Howell
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Website
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

Montana
SJ Howell
SJ
Howell
State
Representative
Sabrina Cervantes
Sabrina
Cervantes
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Sabrina Cervantes
Sabrina
Cervantes
State
Sandra L. Pappas
Sandra
Pappas
State
Minnesota
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Minnesota
Sandra L. Pappas
Sandra
Pappas
State
Sara Jacobs
Sara
Jacobs
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Sara Jacobs
Sara
Jacobs
Federal
Scott Kawasaki
Scott
Kawasaki
State
Alaska
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Alaska
Scott Kawasaki
Scott
Kawasaki
State
Scott Wiener
Scott
Wiener
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Scott Wiener
Scott
Wiener
State
Scott Wilk
Scott
Wilk
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Website
Reasons for endorsement
California
Scott Wilk
Scott
Wilk
State
Sean McCann
Sean
McCann
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Sean McCann
Sean
McCann
State
Seth Moulton
Moulton
State
Massachusetts
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Massachusetts
Seth Moulton
Moulton
Federal
Shane Morigeau
Shane
Morigeau
State
Montana
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Shane Morigeau
Shane
Morigeau
State
Senate
Shannon O'Brien
Shannon
O'Brien
State
Montana
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Shannon O'Brien
Shannon
O'Brien
State
Senate
Sharon Quirk-Silva
Sharon
Quirk-Silva
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Sharon Quirk-Silva
Sharon
Quirk-Silva
State
Sharon Stewart-Peregoy
Sharon
Stewart-Peregoy
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Website
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

Montana
Sharon Stewart-Peregoy
Sharon
Stewart-Peregoy
State
Representative
Sheila Stubbs
Sheila
Stubbs
State
Wisconsin
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wisconsin
Sheila Stubbs
Sheila
Stubbs
State
Sheldon Whitehouse
Whitehouse
State
Rhode Island
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Rhode Island
Sheldon Whitehouse
Whitehouse
Federal
Sherrod Brown
Brown
State
Ohio
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Ohio
Sherrod Brown
Brown
Federal
Shirley Weber
Shirley
Weber
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Shirley Weber
Shirley
Weber
State
Stephanie Chang
Stephanie
Chang
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Stephanie Chang
Stephanie
Chang
State
Senate
Stephanie Pitcher
Stephanie
Pitcher
State
Utah
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Utah
Stephanie Pitcher
Stephanie
Pitcher
State
Stephen F. Lynch
Lynch
State
Massachusetts
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Massachusetts
Stephen F. Lynch
Lynch
Federal
Steve Cohen
Cohen
State
Tennessee
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Tennessee
Steve Cohen
Cohen
Federal
Steve Cwodzinski
Steve
Cwodzinski
State
Minnesota
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Minnesota
Steve Cwodzinski
Steve
Cwodzinski
State
Steve Glazer
Steve
Glazer
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Steve Glazer
Steve
Glazer
State
Steven Bradford
Steven
Bradford
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Steven Bradford
Steven
Bradford
State
Sue Chew
Sue
Chew
State
Idaho
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Idaho
Sue Chew
Sue
Chew
State
Sue Conley
Sue
Conley
State
Wisconsin
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wisconsin
Sue Conley
Sue
Conley
State
Supreme Moore Omokunde
Supreme
Moore Omokunde
State
Wisconsin
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wisconsin
Supreme Moore Omokunde
Supreme
Moore Omokunde
State
Susan Rubio
Susan
Rubio
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Susan Rubio
Susan
Rubio
State
Susan Webber
Susan
Webber
State
Montana
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Website
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Susan Webber
Susan
Webber
State
Senate
Susan Wild
Wild
State
Pennsylvania
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Pennsylvania
Susan Wild
Wild
Federal
Susie Lee
Susie
Lee
State
Nevada
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Website
Reasons for endorsement

Voted against bill HR 764 (2023) that would remove the gray wolf from the list of endangered species under the Endangered Species Act. The Committee’s final vote was 21-16 in favor of the bill and is awaiting debate and vote with full House membership.

Nevada
Susie Lee
Susie
Lee
Federal
Representative
Suzanne Bonamici
Bonamici
State
Oregon
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Oregon
Suzanne Bonamici
Bonamici
Federal
Sydney Kamlager
Sydney
KIamlager
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Sydney Kamlager
Sydney
KIamlager
Federal
Sylvia Santana
Sylvia
Santana
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Sylvia Santana
Sylvia
Santana
State
Senate
Tammy Duckworth
Duckworth
State
Illinois
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Illinois
Tammy Duckworth
Duckworth
Federal
Tasha Boerner Horvath
Tasha
Boerner Horvath
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Tasha Boerner Horvath
Tasha
Boerner Horvath
State
Ted Lieu
Ted
Lieu
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Ted Lieu
Ted
Lieu
Federal
Tim Carpenter
Tim
Carpenter
State
Wisconsin
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wisconsin
Tim Carpenter
Tim
Carpenter
State
Tim Walz
Tim
Walz
State
Minnesota
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Minnesota
Tim Walz
Tim
Walz
State
Tod Ohnstad
Tod
Ohnstad
State
Wisconsin
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Wisconsin
Tod Ohnstad
Tod
Ohnstad
State
Tom France
Tom
France
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Tom France
Tom
France
State
Representative
Tom Umberg
Tom
Umberg
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Tom Umberg
Tom
Umberg
State
Toni Atkins
Toni
Atkins
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Toni Atkins
Toni
Atkins
State
Tyrone Carter
Tyrone
Carter
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Tyrone Carter
Tyrone
Carter
State
Tyson Running Wolf
Tyson
Running Wolf
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against HB 627 (2023) that would have allowed snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones .  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Tyson Running Wolf
Tyson
Running Wolf
State
Representative
Veronica Escobar
Escobar
State
Texas
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
Texas
Veronica Escobar
Escobar
Federal
Wendy Carrillo
Wendy
Carrillo
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Wendy Carrillo
Wendy
Carrillo
State
Willis Curdy
Willis
Curdy
State
Montana
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against four anti-wolf bills.  HB 224 (2021) allowed for the snaring of wolves.  HB225 (2021) extended the wolf trapping season by 30 days and allowed for trapping near national parks.  SB267 (2021) authorized reimbursement for killing wolves and established wolf bounties.  SB314 (2021) allowed for the loosening of wolf hunting regulations including unlimited harvest, baiting, and the use of spotlighting and night vision.  All four bills subsequently passed and were signed into law by Governor Gianforte.

Montana
Willis Curdy
Willis
Curdy
State
Senate
Winnie Brinks
Winnie
Brinks
State
Michigan
Level of government:
Senate
Party
Democrat
Reasons for endorsement
Michigan
Winnie Brinks
Winnie
Brinks
State
Senate
Zoe Lofgren
Zoe
Lofgren
State
California
Level of government:
Party
Reasons for endorsement
California
Zoe Lofgren
Zoe
Lofgren
Federal
Zooey Zephyr
Zooey
Zephyr
State
Montana
Level of government:
Representative
Party
Democrat
Website
Reasons for endorsement

- Voted against a bill HB 627 (2023) that would allow snares for wolf trapping right outside of grizzly bear recovery zones and lynx protection zones.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks currently has discretion on where to permit snares.  Eliminating the use of snares anywhere is a win.  The bill was subsequently defeated in the House.

Montana
Zooey Zephyr
Zooey
Zephyr
State
Representative
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