American Conservation Coalition Endorses Michelle Steel for Congress

Steel Earns Support From Top Environmental Organization

Huntington Beach, CA – Last week, the American Conservation Coalition announced their endorsement of Michelle Steel as she seeks to represent California’s 48th Congressional District in Congress.

The American Conservation Coalition is an organization focused on environmental issues and conserving energy, wildlife, land, air, and water. They are one of the leading groups combating climate change with a focus on free-market solutions that promote conservatism and clean energy. 

“We need leaders in Congress who understand that we can create environmental sustainability and economic prosperity. Michelle will be a strong voice for smart and effective climate and environmental policies. The American Conservation Coalition is proud to endorse her for Congress,” stated Quill Robinson, Vice President of Government Affairs, American Conservation Coalition.

“I have always supported science-based, common-sense policies that protect our environment and the beautiful California coastline. In Congress, I will work towards climate solutions that promote innovation and diversification,” stated Michelle Steel, Chair of the Orange County Board of Supervisors. “We need leaders that understand the challenge at hand, but also have the foresight not to overburden small businesses with meaningless regulations.”

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