Conservation Voters of PA advocates for policies that protect Pennsylvania’s water, air, and land. As a non-partisan organization, we work with Democrats and Republicans to advance our conservation priorities. Using tools like our Environmental Scorecard, we believe in empowering our members to stay informed and hold their lawmakers accountable.

House Breakdown: 50 Pro-Conservation Votes, 80 Maybe Votes, 70 Anti-Conservation Votes, 3 Open Seats

Right now, out of a total 203 members of the State House of Representatives, there are 70 Anti-Conservation votes, 80 Maybe votes, 50 consistently Pro-Conservation votes, and 3 open seats that will be decided in a Special Election.


Senate Breakdown: 12 Pro-Conservation Votes, 24 Maybe Votes, 13 Anti-Conservation Votes, and 1 Open Seat.

Out of a total of 50 members of the State Senate, there are 13 anti-conservation votes, 24 maybe votes, 12 consistently pro-conservation votes, and 1 open seat that will be decided in a Special Election.