Conservation Voters of Pennsylvania is making the environment a top priority across the Commonwealth.

PRESS CONTACT info@conservationpa.org

Conservation Voters of PA Endorses State Representative Gene DiGirolamo

[Philadelphia, PA] – Today, Conservation Voters of PA endorsed Representative Gene DiGirolamo (R) for re-election to the State House in Bucks County’s 18th District. Conservation Voters of PA represents thousands of individuals in the Commonwealth who are committed to clean air, land, energy, and water, and prepared to vote for candidates who reflect those values.

“Rep. DiGirolamo's ongoing fight to protect the environment should inspire other lawmakers to stand up for the clean air and safe water that their constituents deserve,” said Josh McNeil, Executive Director of Conservation Voters of PA. “Even when it means standing against his party’s leadership, Rep. DiGirolamo does the right thing for the people of his district and that's the kind of leadership Pennsylvania needs.”

Continue Reading

Conservation Voters of PA Endorses State Representative Leanne Krueger-Braneky

Today, Conservation Voters of PA endorsed State Representative Leanne Krueger-Braneky for re-election in Philadelphia’s 161st district. 

“Rep. Krueger-Braneky has demonstrated time and time again that she is a true environmental champion,” said Caren Glotfelty, Board Chair of Conservation Voters of PA. “She has consistently championed clean energy, water, and air, and we encourage voters of the 161st district to send Rep. Krueger-Braneky back to Harrisburg.” 

Continue Reading

Conservation Voters of PA Endorses Melissa Shusterman for State Representative

Today, Conservation Voters of PA endorsed Melissa Shusterman (D) for State Representative in Chester County’s 157th District. 

“Melissa Shusterman is exactly the kind of candidate we need representing Chester County. She recognizes the importance of preserving our open spaces and protecting our drinking water from pipelines and other threats, and will prioritize environmental progress in Harrisburg,” said Caren Glotfelty, Board Chair of Conservation Voters of PA.  

Continue Reading

Conservation Voters of PA Endorses Christina Sappey for State Representative

Today, Conservation Voters of PA endorsed Christina Sappey (D) for State Representative in Chester County’s 158th District. 

“Chris Sappey knows what it takes to make change in Harrisburg, and she has made environmental issues like sustainability, land conservation, and supporting green businesses an integral part of her campaign,” said Caren Glotfelty, Board Chair of Conservation Voters of PA. “Ms. Sappey is the right choice for the 158th district, and we know she will be a strong champion for environmental issues in Harrisburg.”

Continue Reading

Conservation Voters of PA Endorses Representative Carolyn Comitta

Today, Conservation Voters of PA endorsed Representative Carolyn Comitta (D) for re-election to the State House in Chester County’s 156th District. 

“Rep. Comitta has demonstrated her dedication to environmental issues throughout her career. In Harrisburg, she has been a stalwart champion for clean air, open space, and drinkable water, earning a 100% on our 2017/2018 Environmental Scorecard,” said Caren Glotfelty, Board Chair of Conservation Voters of PA. “At a time when Chester County faces so many unprecedented environmental concerns, we must re-elect people like Rep. Comitta to the State House.”

Continue Reading

Conservation Voters of PA Endorses Rep. Tina Davis for State Senate

Today, Conservation Voters of PA endorsed Rep. Tina Davis (D) for State Senate in Bucks County’s 6th District. “In her time as a State Representative, Tina Davis has proven that she is a true environmental champion,” said Josh McNeil, Executive Director of Conservation Voters of PA. “We know she will bring her support of clean air, land, and water to the Senate with her when elected.” 

Continue Reading

Coalition of Leading Environmental Organizations Releases 2017-2018 Pennsylvania Environmental Scorecard

Conservation Voters of PA, PennEnvironment, Sierra Club Pennsylvania Chapter, and Clean Water Action have released their 2017-2018 Pennsylvania Environmental Scorecard, which scores each member of the State Senate and House of Representatives based on their votes on the most crucial environmental legislation that came before the General Assembly this session. 

Continue Reading

Conservation Voters of PA Endorsed-Candidates Bring Environment to the Forefront of State Victories

Conservation Voters of PA congratulates its slate of endorsed candidate who won their primary elections Tuesday night: incumbents Sen. Art Haywood, Rep. Adam Ravenstahl, Rep. Mike O’Brien, Rep. Chris Rabb, and Rep. James Roebuck, and challengers Sara Innamorato, Kyle Mullins, Danielle Friel Otten, and Summer Lee. Conservation Voters of PA also congratulates Helen Tai for her victory in the Special Election in House District 178.

Continue Reading

Conservation Voters of PA and Sierra Club Pennsylvania Endorse Summer Lee for State Representative

Today, Conservation Voters of PA and Sierra Club Pennsylvania both endorsed Summer Lee for State Representative in Allegheny County’s 34th District. 

“Summer is campaigning on a platform centered on achieving environmental justice for constituents in the 34th district and brings an unparalleled energy to her fight for clean air and water in her community,” said Josh McNeil, Executive Director of Conservation Voters of PA. “Voters have a historic opportunity to elect a true environmental champion by voting for Summer in the May 15th primary.” 
 

Continue Reading

Conservation Voters of PA Endorses Sara Innamorato for State Representative

Today, Conservation Voters of PA endorsed Sara Innamorato for State Representative in Allegheny County’s 21st district.

“Sara is campaigning on a platform full of pro-environment issues and brings an unparalleled energy to her fight for clean air and water in her community,” said Josh McNeil, Executive Director of Conservation Voters of PA. “She’s a strong supporter of progressive solutions to climate change and we encourage the voters of the 21st district to send her to Harrisburg.”

Continue Reading