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Obtain stronger laws to protect
animals in New Jersey
LEAGUE OF HUMANE VOTERS OF NEW JERSEY
By uniting voters who care
about animals, and working in concert with state and national
conservation and humane organizations, as well as local and
county groups and individuals, LOHVNJ has formed the
largest pro-animal voting bloc in New Jersey's history. Our
goal is to get the strongest animal protective laws possible.
Politicians take issues seriously --
when voters do
Sign up with the League of Humane
Voters of New Jersey; add your name to the growing list of New
Jersey residents who promise to vote for animal-friendly
IMPORTANT VOTER INFORMATION - ELECTION
LOHVNJ has always worked strenuously
to elect candidates with impressive animal protection voting
Click here for
our previous election work. Our sincere appreciation to LOHVNJ
members who canvass, knock on doors and phone bank for
connects you to your state and federal representatives: Text
your U.S. postal address to (520) 200-2223 receive your
state & federal legislative representative phone numbers.
Support LOHVNJ's Work:
Membership is FREE, but please consider making a donation
today help defray costs and support LOHVNJ's work to create
the largest voting bloc in the history of our state. Among
other things, your donations can help fund LOHVNJ's game
changing billboards and aerial banner campaigns (see below).
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put your FULL address and occupation per New Jersey election
works for animal protection:
for candidates who support animal protection;
politicians that they must take animal protection issues
seriously because their constituents do;
Acting as the
for all animals in New Jersey -- wildlife, cats and dogs,
roosters and dogs used in animal fighting, and all animals
who suffer from abuse and exploitation, and,
that animal advocates are one of the largest voting blocs.
Together, we demand fair representation in Trenton.
Strength in numbers
LOHVNJ's potential political strength
is substantial and mainstream:
1.8 million New Jersey households have companion animals.
1,713,000 New Jersey wildlife
watchers generate $537,388,000 in revenues for our state.
Thousands of voters have already