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Congressional Candidates' Views on Clean Energy, Climate Change: NH-Senate

New Hampshire politics can be quirky, especially in its first-in-the-nation presidential primaries. In 1992, Pat Buchanan won a surprising 37% of the Republican vote, and in 2000, John McCain overtook George W. Bush. But New Hampshire was part of a national trend in 2008 when Jeanne Shaheen became the first Democrat elected to the Senate from New Hampshire in more than 30 years.

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Congressional Candidates' Views on Clean Energy, Climate Change: CA-Senate

California has long been the country’s leader in progressive clean energy and environmental policy. Perhaps unsurprisingly, California’s junior senator, three-term incumbent Barbara Boxer, has long been an environmental champion. This November, Boxer is being challenged by Carly Fiorina, Republican and former Chairman and Chief Executive Office of the Hewlett-Packard Company.

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