Originally posted on The MarkUp.
This is the nineteenth article in a continuing series by the NRDC Action Fund on the environmental stances of candidates in key races around the country.
|By: nrdcactionfund Friday October 1, 2010 8:41 am|
|By: nrdcactionfund Friday September 10, 2010 1:01 pm|
|By: nrdcactionfund Tuesday August 31, 2010 10:21 am|
This is the seventh in a continuing series by the NRDC Action Fund on the environmental stances of candidates in key races around the country.
|By: nrdcactionfund Wednesday August 25, 2010 9:15 am|
Today, we examine Ohio’s 1st Congressional District, which encompasses Cincinnati and parts of nearby suburbs. Cincinnati is home to the Reds, but in the House it’s represented by the self-described “raging moderate,” Democrat Steve Driehaus. A longtime member of the Ohio legislature, in 2008, Driehaus won election to the House seat his father unsuccessfully sought 40 years ago. This November he is being challenged by former Republican Congressman Steve Chabot, whom Driehaus unseated in 2008 despite being outspent by nearly $1 million.
|By: Scott Withers Wednesday June 23, 2010 2:00 pm|
As the first Pro-Choice candidate in the MI-05 primary in 34 years, I am often asked why I am fighting so hard to defend a woman’s rights. The article today on Politico.com entitled, “Predicting an end to Roe v. Wade” is why I am running against a long-time, never-been-challenged Anti-Choice democrat. The reality of this landmark personal privacy issue being overturned infuriates me.
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