From A Stronger Louisiana <[email protected]>
Subject Governor Edwards' Year In Review - Part Two
Date December 28, 2021 7:36 PM
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We know Governor John Bel Edwards has been hard at work for Louisiana in 2021 . Despite the obstacles put in his way by a hostile legislature and self-serving politicians, he's never wavered.

We told you we're counting down Governor Edwards' top accomplishments from the past year. A Stronger Louisiana is leading the fight to defend these accomplishments and we hope you'll join us [[link removed]] . Today, we're giving you another reason to join the fight.

As 2021 winds down, we know that this year has been challenging. However, through all the noise, Gov. Edwards continued to push for a brighter, healthier future in Louisiana by fighting climate change . He has positioned Louisiana to be a worldwide leader in the renewable and clean energy industry.

Just this year, Gov. Edwards announced $5 billion worth of clean energy facilities that will help affirm our state as a leader in green energy. One of these projects was the world's largest ever carbon-capture facility [[link removed]] that will also bring 170 permanent jobs to Louisiana.

Will you pitch in $25 today [[link removed]] to help Gov. Edwards make sure Louisiana continues to be a part of the solution and not the problem?

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Sadly, not all politicians in Louisiana want Louisiana to be a part of the solution to climate change.

We need your help to keep up the fight for responsible leadership in Louisiana. A Stronger Louisiana has Gov. Edwards' back and we hope you do too. Chip in $25 [[link removed]] today so we can carry on the fight into 2022.

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