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Perry Recognized as American Energy Champion

Washington, September 16, 2020
Tags: Energy
The American Energy Alliance announced today that U.S. Representative Scott Perry (PA-10) earned the 2020 American Energy Champion Award for a voting record that demonstrates a commitment to pro-growth policies that led to more reliable, affordable energy for American families.

“I’m proud to receive the American Energy Champion Award and will continue to support our hardworking families to ensure they have access to reliable and affordable energy, and the family-sustaining jobs it brings to our community” said Congressman Scott Perry. “My job in Congress is to stand up to special interests and those who seek to manipulate the free-market and drive up energy prices, disproportionately harming low-income individuals. We must continue to eliminate top-down mandates that place an unnecessary burden on our families.”

“Rep. Perry clearly understands the importance energy plays in Pennsylvania and his district by voting 100 percent in line with his constituents who rely on the natural gas industry for not only job security and a strong local economy, but to help keep prices affordable. That’s a boon to both working families, those living on fixed incomes and business as well.  He is focused on delivering to his constituents what they sent him to Washington for – to support their interests, not those of the political elite or career bureaucrats or special interests. We’re proud to name him an energy champion and hope voters send him back to Washington again when it comes time to cast their ballot,” said Thomas Pyle, president, American Energy Alliance.

The American Energy Alliance is a not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to grassroots public policy advocacy on energy and environmental policies. The American Energy Champion Award is determined by the American Energy Scorecard, which was launched in 2015 as the first free-market legislative scorecard dedicated to energy policy. Learn more about the American Energy Scorecard here.
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