Categories: Policy & Government
It’s a presidential election year in the United States. Many are seriously beginning to consider who will be their preferred candidate to lead the country. Will it be someone who supports clean air commitments that the country made this past fall in Paris? Or maybe it’s someone who wants to retain hundreds of thousands of well-paying jobs. Others still may want to know which candidate will help to ensure this country’s ability to generate safe, reliable and efficient baseload energy.