Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Agencies rank pols on Marcellus Shale votes

Four organizations – Clean Water Action, PennEnvironment, Pennsylvania chapter of the Sierra Club and Conservation Voters of Pennsylvania – released a Pennsylvania Marcellus Scorecard Tuesday.

The organizations ranked the legislators on their votes related to Act 13, the Marcellus Shale legislation, which was signed by Gov. Tom Corbett last month.

Here is how the organizations ranked state legislators from Delco:
Sen. Ted Erickson, R-26, of Newtown: 13 percent
Sen. Daylin Leach, D-17, of Upper Merion: 100 percent
Sen. Dominic Pileggi, R-9, of Chester: 13 percent
Sen. Anthony Williams, D-8, of Philadelphia: 88 percent
Rep. Bill Adolph, R-165, of Springfield: 23 percent
Rep. Steve Barrar, R-160, of Upper Chichester: 23 percent
Rep. Margo Davidson, R-164, of Upper Darby: 100 percent
Rep. Maria Donatucci, R-185, of Philadelphia: 100 percent
Rep. Joe Hackett, R-161, of Ridley Township: 23 percent
Rep. Tom Killion, R-168, of Middletown: 23 percent
Rep. Thaddeus Kirkland, D-159, of Chester: 92 percent
Rep. Nick Miccarelli, R-162, of Ridley Park: 23 percent
Rep. Nick Micozzie, R-163, of Upper Darby: 23 percent
Rep. Greg Vitali, D-166, of Haverford: 100 percent
Rep. Ron Waters, D-191, of Philadelphia: 92 percent

Do you agree with the agencies' rankings?


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