Jim Davis wrote that his environmental record should be judged on "public service record or public statements." I agree. Two respected environmental advocacy groups, N.C. League of Conservation Voters and Environment N.C., looked at a wide range of important environmental legislation voted on this year and graded legislators if they voted for positive environmental regulations that would protect both our environment and N.C. citizens. Among the bills considered were those to move the state toward fracking, limit control over air and water protections, and dissolve or restructure important environmental regulation boards. Davis scored a perfect negative score of zero by both organizations.