Republicans for Env. Protection Backs Bass

Republicans for Environmental Protection Endorses Bass for House

Republicans for Environmental Protection, a national grassroots organization of stewardship-minded Republicans, is pleased to endorse Charles Bass for election to the U.S. House from New Hampshire's 2nd District.
"During Mr. Bass' previous service in Congress, he was a dedicated supporter of clean, renewable energy as a strategy for creating jobs, protecting New Hampshire's environment from air pollution, and getting America off the dangerous oil dependence treadmill that threatens our national security," REP President Rob Sisson said. "We look forward to Mr. Bass' return to the House and his continued support for this important energy agenda."
"We're proud of the strong record that Bass compiled during his previous House service on stewardship of our natural heritage. He fought successfully to strengthen protection of the incomparable wild lands in the White Mountain National Forest and to safeguard the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from development threats," said David Jenkins, REP vice president for government and political affairs.
"He has also been a careful watchdog over taxpayer dollars, supporting an end to wasteful subsidies for uneconomical commercial logging projects in national forests," Jenkins added.
"Charles Bass was an independent, thoughtful voice for New Hampshire when he last represented the Granite State in Congress. When the party line didn’t serve New Hampshire, he didn’t follow the party line. New Hampshire voters can look forward to the same dedication to putting public service above party by returning Mr. Bass to the House on November 2," said Jim DiPeso, REP vice president for policy and communications.
Republicans for Environmental Protection is dedicated to resurrecting the Republican Party's great conservation tradition and strengthening its commitment to the responsible stewardship of our environment and natural resources, protecting the achievements of great conservation-minded Republicans such as President Theodore Roosevelt.
"Republicans were responsible for most of this nation's landmark environmental laws and for protecting America's natural heritage. We are fortunate that we have leaders like Charles Bass to carry on the conservative tradition of conservation today," DiPeso said.