Do you favor or oppose the Federal Government taking steps to reduce emissions of gases like carbon dioxide that cause global climate change?
Source: TargetPoint Consulting National Poll of 1,600 Registered Voters, 4/4-4/13/2014, MOE +/- 2.5%
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CRES Asked: As President, how would you address America’s energy, economic, and environmental security?
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I believe it is time our leaders come together to advance free-market solutions that will secure our energy future.
America is ready for a comprehensive energy strategy that encourages smart, market-driven investments in clean energy sources like wind, solar, and nuclear.
A comprehensive energy strategy will keep America moving forward and focused on the things we all care about - protecting our air and water, improving our national security, and strengthening our economy.
- Republican Environmentalism
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Gary Lambert, June 16, 2015
I’ve been a Republican since college, a conservative, a former state senator, a thirty-five year veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and
- Presidential Election Offers Opportunity for Republicans to Lead on Climate
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As published in Roll Call:
James Dozier, Executive Director, Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions
Republican primary voters have their work cut out for them vetting a burgeoning field