Paul Friel is running for State House in the 26th District, representing Chester and Montgomery Counties.
Paul Friel is the former owner of PACE Environment, an environmental testing and engineering firm, and is the President of the Owen J. Roberts School Board. Paul’s environmental priorities include investing in green technologies, decreasing subsidies for the fossil fuel industry, fighting for environmental protections, and phasing out single-use plastics.
In the State House, Paul will prioritize underserved communities as Pennsylvania moves towards a green economy. He understands that investing in new, green technologies will not only bring cleaner air and water, but also good paying jobs and economic growth and that the most neglected communities in environmental protection should be at the forefront in these investments.
We are confident Paul Friel will be a fierce and knowledgeable advocate for the environment in the State House and encourage voters in the 26th District to send him to Harrisburg in November.
Paid for by Conservation Voters of PA Action Fund.