[Philadelphia, PA] – Today, Conservation Voters of PA endorsed State Representative Adam Ravenstahl for re-election in Allegheny County’s 20th district. Conservation Voters of PA represents thousands of individuals in the Commonwealth committed to clean air, land, energy, and water, and prepared to vote for candidates who reflect those values.
“Rep. Ravenstahl has hands-on experience fighting to replace dirty energy with the clean energy of the future. He has stood with his constituents in fighting for better environmental policies that will protect public health,” said Josh McNeil, Executive Director of Conservation Voters of PA. “Rep. Ravenstahl’s commitment to the fight for a cleaner future is the kind of vision we need in Harrisburg.”
Rep. Ravenstahl has served the constituents of the 20th district since 2010. He is a strong advocate for a severance tax to ensure that drillers pay their fair share, and he’s voted against efforts to continue to cut funding to the Department of Environmental Protection. He worked with his constituents to address concerns over the dangerous air pollution emitted by Shenango Coke Works on Neville Island, and played an important role in shutting the plant down.
Rep. Ravenstahl said of the endorsement, ““I am honored to receive the endorsement of the Conservation Voters of PA. I look forward to working with them to preserve and protect our land, air and water for future generations."
Information about Rep. Ravenstahl can be found at www.adamravenstahl.com.
Good environmental laws are made by good environmental lawmakers. That’s why Conservation Voters of Pennsylvania works to elect leaders committed to a cleaner, safer Keystone State.