Democratic Rep. Antonio Delgado’s re-election is another year away, but a prominent environmental organization on Wednesday endorsed his re-election.

Delgado, elected last year to a battleground seat in the Hudson Valley, was endorsed by the League of Conservation Voters Action Fund in his bid for a second term.

In a statement, Delgado pointed to his clean water efforts since taking office.

“I am committed to fighting for legislation to protect our environment and am honored to have the support of the LCV Action Fund,” he said.

“We share a commitment to ensuring everyone has access to clean air and water while addressing the root causes and impacts of climate change and investing in renewable energy sources. In my first five months in Congress, I am proud to have led on legislation to address PFAS and PFOA contamination, which has devastated local communities like Hoosick Falls and Petersburgh, and cosponsored the Climate Action Now Act to address climate change and pollution at a global level. I look forward to continuing this work while serving the people of my district.”

Delgado’s district is likely once again to be the focus of an intense campaign. He unseated Republican Rep. John Faso last year.

“LCV Action Fund is proud to endorse Representative Antonio Delgado for reelection because he is committed to protecting our air and water and fighting the climate crisis,” said Tiernan Sittenfeld, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs at the LCV Action Fund. “In just his first few months in Congress, he has called attention to water contamination issues in both the House Agriculture and House Transportation and Infrastructure Committees and cosponsored the historic Climate Action Now Act. We need his voice in Congress to keep fighting for the health and future of New Yorkers and people across the country.”