I’ll refer you to the MDLCV press release, which lists their endorsements for all 47 districts in Maryland.
I agree with MDLCV on many endorsement decisions, and on some I always feel the candidates haven’t stood up enough for environmental policies, but were endorsed because they lacked a credible challenger. I won’t name names, only because I would want to provide an explanation, which is time I don’t have. I will however highlight a few races in the coming weeks that I think are important for moving Maryland forward on clean energy and environmental protection. I’m on the Maryland Sierra Club’s political committee, although since I’m swamped with a full time campaign manager’s job this summer, I’m not as active as I’d like to be in their endorsement process. I do however have an article coming out in their primary edition that highlights a couple key races and makes endorsements at the state and local level.