Environment America endorses Rep. Ed Case for Congress

For immediate release: Friday, August 5, 2022

Contact: Mark Morgenstein, Media Relations Director, 678-427-1671, [email protected]ronmentamerica.org

Environment America endorses Rep. Ed Case for Congress
Congressman Case running for re-election in Aug. 13 Hawai’ian primary

HONOLULU – Environment America announced Friday it is endorsing U.S. Rep. Ed Case for re-election in Hawai’i’s 1st Congressional District. Environment America urges all voters in the district who care about our oceans and environment to vote in the Democratic primary on Saturday, Aug. 13, to keep Ed Case protecting Hawai’ian interests in Washington.

“As a Congressman from Hawai’i, Ed Case knows just how important the environment is, especially the ocean,” said Lisa Frank, the executive director of Environment America’s federal office. “He’s a cosponsor of the Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act and the Ocean-Based Climate Solutions Act, and through his roles on the House Natural Resources Committee, the Appropriations Committee and the Sustainable Energy and Environment Coalition, he advances conservation and clean energy priorities. This congressional session, Rep. Case has voted for bills to save wildlife and build sustainable infrastructure. We look forward to him returning to Congress in 2023 so he can continue to advocate for the issues so important to Hawai’ians.”

Rep. Case has helped protect Hawai’i’s coral reefs, secured funding for world-leading climate change research at the Mauna Loa Observatory and introduced the Hawai’i Invasive Species Act to protect the archipelago’s unique ecosystems, natural resources and agricultural communities from the crippling effects of invasive species.

In addition, Rep. Case is one of those increasingly rare, pragmatic “get-it-done” Members of Congress who are willing and able to work across the aisle to pass legislation. Hawai’ians have an opportunity to keep such a productive representative in office by voting for Rep. Case over his primary challenger. So, Environment America urges voters in Hawai’i’s 1st Congressional District to make sure to get to the polls on Aug. 13 and vote.


Environment America is a national network of 30 state environmental groups. Our staff work together for clean air, clean water, clean energy, wildlife and open spaces, and a livable climate. Our members across the United States put grassroots support behind our research and advocacy. 

Environment America is part of The Public Interest Network, which operates and supports organizations committed to a shared vision of a better world and a strategic approach to social change.

Environment America Action Fund works to protect our environment by supporting candidates for public office who champion clean air, clean water, wilderness preservation, and strong action to prevent global warming. The Environment America Action Fund is a part of the Environment America family of organizations.


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