NYS League of Conservation Voters Endorses Aaron Gladd for State Senate
Non-Partisan Environmental Organization Backs Gladd for NY-43
BRUNSWICK, NY – Aaron Gladd, candidate for State Senate District 43 and U.S. Army Combat Veteran, today announced that he been endorsed by the New York League of Conservation Voters – a statewide bipartisan environmental organization fighting for clean water, clean air, renewable energy and open space through non-partisan political action. Gladd has made it a key priority of his campaign to protect our natural environment in Upstate New York.
“Aaron Gladd has made protecting our environment and preserving natural resources a key part of his platform,” said Julie Tighe, President of the New York League of Conservation Voters. “Gladd will fight to improve water quality, particularly in Hoosick Falls, and is committed to combating emerging contaminants in drinking water and ensuring adequate resources for water infrastructure clean. We are proud to stand with Aaron Gladd in his election for State Senate and we urge New Yorkers in District 43 to cast their ballot for him this fall.”
“Growing up in the Adirondacks, I have deep appreciation for our natural environment as one of our greatest assets,” said Aaron Gladd. “I will continue to fight for New York’s natural resources, protect drinking water from corporate polluters, crack down on emerging contaminants, and ensure our communities have the support they need to keep their water clean. New York should be leading the country in environmental legislation, and I’m fighting to make that happen.”
The NYLCV endorsement comes after major labor groups have backed Gladd to support workers across New York State. Gladd has earned support from International Union of Operating Engineers, LIUNA-NY, New York State Nurses Association, 1199SEIU and the New York Public Employees Federation (PEF).