Emily Skopov is running for the State House in the 28th District, representing Allegheny County.
Emily is founder of the nonprofit “No Crayon Left Behind”, which recycles crayons from restaurants and distributes them to classrooms and people in need. She recently started “No Computer Left Behind” in response to COVID-19 to help repair the digital divide in her community. If elected, her environmental priorities would include increasing access to sustainable energy, common-sense regulations for the oil and gas industry, and enacting a fair severance tax. Emily is also a big proponent of increasing access to public transportation as a way to address air quality issues in her district.
We know that Emily Skopov will support the environment in Harrisburg and we encourage voters in the 28th District to vote for her for State Representative.