Conservation Voters of Pennsylvania (CVPA), believing that the environment should be a top concern for voters, candidates, and the media in every election, has endorsed Democratic candidates Ginny Kerslake and Marian Moskowitz for Chester County Commissioner.
In their April 11th press release, Josh McNeil, the Executive Director of CVPA, stated:
“The Chester County Commissioners have the power to improve people’s lives in countless ways, from preserving open space, defending clean water, and promoting cleaner sources of energy…Ginny Kerslake brings both a profound knowledge of the issues facing Chester County and a deeply held passion to make life better for her neighbors.”
“Marian Moskowitz has spent decades promoting a cleaner, greener, more progressive Chester County…She will work hard to bring sustainable energy solutions to the residents of Chester County, and we stand by her proposal to better utilize county property for renewable energy solutions.”
Conservation Voters of PA (CVPA) endorses pro-conservation candidates for state and local office and educates voters about legislators’ conservation records. They work to elect environmentally responsible candidates to state and local offices. They also advocate for strong environmental policies and hold our elected officials accountable during the legislative session.
Read their entire press release.