Paul Friel is running for the State House in the 26th District, representing parts of Chester and Montgomery Counties.
Paul is a current member of the Owen J. Roberts School Board and owns a local environmental testing firm. In the course of his work to ensure clean air for Pennsylvanians, Paul has experienced first hand the impact that anti-environmental legislation has on those working to combat climate change.
When elected, Paul would advocate for legislation to ensure safe drinking water for all communities through funding to help municipalities remediate pollution and stormwater runoff issues. Using his expertise in air quality and emissions issues, Paul would also prioritize introducing legislation to better regulate polluting industries and prevent air pollution. His opponent only scored an 8% on the 2019-2020 Pennsylvania Environmental Scorecard.
We know how important it is to elect professional environmentalists to office. That’s why we encourage voters in House District 26 to vote for Paul Friel for State Representative.