LCV Victory Fund's Dirty Dozen - Cory Gardner

Cory Gardner

2020 Dirty Dozen

Colorado Senator Cory Gardner has earned an 11% lifetime LCV score and in the first three years of the Trump administration he backed the president’s extreme policies over 97% of the time. Gardner has taken $1.8 million in contributions from corporate polluters. He consistently votes against clean air and clean water protections, voted to undermine NEPA, voted to cut the Environmental Protection Agency’s budget by a third, and, despite recent attempts to look good in an election year, has a record of selling out public lands. Gardner refuses to support the bipartisan CORE Act which would protect 400,000 acres of public lands in Colorado and did not oppose Trump’s nomination of anti-public lands bigot William Perry Pendley to head the Bureau of Land Management. No matter what he says and does to earn last minute votes, his dangerous anti-environmental record shows he will ultimately side with corporate polluters over our families’ well-being.

In The News

NEW AD: The Real Cory Gardner Stands With Big Oil and Donald Trump

LCV Victory Fund Digital Spot Contrasts Colorado Cory with D.C. Cory Denver, CO — LCV Victory Fund today released a new digital ad opposing...

Read More September 17, 2020

LCV Victory Fund Names First Senate Candidates to 2020 Dirty Dozen: Steve Daines, Cory Gardner, John James, Martha McSally, & Thom Tillis

Trump was named ‘Dirtiest of All Time’ in May   Washington, D.C. — LCV Victory Fund today announced that Montana Senator Steve Daines, Colorado...

Read More July 28, 2020

Environmental Groups Calling Gardner Out for Trying to Score Political Points While Hiding his Anti-Environmental Record

Washington, D.C. —Cory Gardner put out a new ad claiming support from environmental groups and his commitment to public lands. But the ad ignores the...

Read More July 7, 2020


Washington, D.C. — In response to Donald Trump and Cory Gardner’s joint rally in Colorado Springs this evening, LCV Victory Fund issued the following...

Read More February 21, 2020