Speak Out About Energy Issues
Jane Van Ryan
Posted October 27, 2010
With just a few days to go before one of the most highly-contested mid-term elections in U.S. history, Americans are taking a hard look at the candidates and the issues before heading to the polls. Whether they are Republicans, Democrats or Independents, voters recognize the election's importance in framing fiscal policy, as well as energy and environmental issues for the next two years.
Numerous energy and environmental issues are likely to be affected by the election results. They include such controversial policies as the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) proposed greenhouse gas (GHG) regulations and the ongoing debate over domestic oil and natural gas production. Each is important to the nation's future and to the well being of every American family.
We'd like to know which of the following issues are most important to you.
Tell us what you think. We'll highlight some of the responses and answer your questions in an upcoming blog post.
(a) U.S. energy production vs. imported oil
(b) Energy taxes
(c) Offshore energy development
(d) Alternative fuels and renewable energy
(e) Shale gas production
(f) All of the above
(g) None of the above (submit your own).
And for more information about the candidates and elections in your state, read through the API voter guide.
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