Clean Water Action Endorses Tim Sneller for Michigan’s 50th State House District

Monday, September 17, 2018

LANSING- Today, Clean Water Action announced its endorsement of Tim Sneller for the Michigan House of Representatives.

“In his legislative career, Tim Sneller has consistently stood for policies that protect public health and our Great Lakes," said Mary Brady-Enerson, Clean Water Action Michigan Director. "He understands how to get things done in Lansing, and we know that he will continue to be an outspoken advocate for rebuilding our water infrastructure and pursuing responsible water protection policies,” concluded Brady-Enerson.

Sneller is currently serving his first term in the State House, where he serves on the Energy Policy Committee. He has consistently advocated for decreasing our reliance on coal, and expanding clean energy opportunities for Michigan businesses and communities. Other priorities for Sneller include stopping damaging water withdrawals from water bottling companies like Nestle, and decommissioning Enbridge’s aging and corroding Line 5 pipeline.

“Now more than ever, Michigan needs elected officials who understand and value the importance of protecting our vast freshwater resources. Tim Sneller will continue to advocate for protecting our water and public health for future generations. This is the kind of leadership that we need to have in Lansing,” said Brady-Enerson. “We are proud to endorse his campaign for the 50th State House district and look forward to continuing to work with him as a legislator. The choice is clear – Tim Sneller for Michigan State House.”


Since our founding during the campaign to pass the landmark Clean Water Act in 1972, Clean Water Action has worked to win strong health and environmental protections by bringing issue expertise, solution-oriented thinking and people power to the table. Clean Water Action is Michigan’s largest grassroots conservation group with over 250,000 members across the state. Through direct advocacy and education we organize Michigan residents to protect the Great Lakes and our water resources. Learn more at


Sean McBrearty