FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 17, 2018
WASHINGTON, DC –Today Winning For Women launched a new TV ad promoting legislation that expands the use of hydropower as a clean energy resource. The ad urges Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers to continue her work to expand the use of hydropower and protect natural resources by passing the 2018 Clean Air Act (H.R. 3127).
“Cathy McMorris Rodgers has consistently fought to protect natural resources in her home state of Washington, and the 2018 Clean Air Act is proof,”said Winning For Women Executive Director Rebecca Schuller.“In Congress,Cathy has been a fierce advocate for legislation that promotes the use of hydropower, while also working to lower energy costs for working families across the nation. We look forward to her continued commitment to expanding the use of hydropower and renewable energy resources throughout the United States.”
This 6-figure TV buy wentlive October 11, and will run through October 24. CLICK HERE TO WATCH.
In Eastern Washington, we care about protecting our natural resources.
That’s why we need more hydropower – to boost our economy, provide renewable energy, and lower energy costs for families.
Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers is fighting to expand hydropower.
Now Congress is considering the 2018 Clean Air Act.
Tell Cathy McMorris Rodgers to keep leading on clean energy, and fight to pass the Clean Air Act.
ABOUT WINNING FOR WOMEN: Winning For Women is a 501(c)(4) organization that aims (1) to inform the public of national security and free-market policy that will benefit the lives of all Americans, (2) to organize and amplify the voices of women across the country who embrace such, broadening the audience for a strong conservative message, and (3) to expand the ability of right-of-center women to succeed in their pursuit of leadership opportunities, including elected office. WFW works closely with its advisory team of high-profile leaders and supporters. Its Board of Directors includes former U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte, Hudson Institute Chairman Sarah May Stern, and Executive Director Rebecca Schuller.