“We believe Brian embodies the great Republican legacy of conservation,” said Rob Sisson, president of ConservAmerica.“Brian supports the Land and Water Conservation Fund, public and local land conservation, and is committed to reducing carbon emissions in a responsible manner.”
Fitzpatrick, an Eagle Scout, has demonstrated a profound appreciation for our nation’s natural resources and open spaces. In his community, Fitzpatrick has been outspoken in advocating for clean air and water – opposing the construction of a hazardous waste incinerator along the Delaware River and joining residents in demanding federal action to address groundwater contamination surrounding former military installations.
If elected, Fitzpatrick has indicated he would join the Climate Solutions Caucus– a bipartisan group aimed at exploring policy options that address the impacts, causes, and challenges of our changing climate.
“By sending Brian Fitzpatrick to Washington, D.C., the voters of the 8th District will help make environmental stewardship a non-partisan priority again,” added Sisson.
ConservAmerica, founded in 1995, is the country’s longest standing advocate for conservative policies that protect our environment and grow our economy. Learn more at www.conservamerica.org