November 26, 2012

Energy Fast Becoming the Purple State Issue

Peter Gardett, AOL Energy


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The 2012 presidential election was truly part of its time not only in the issues it addressed but in the way it was run and analyzed. Large data sets were gathered and poured over and drove not only the campaigns but the streams of analysis that surrounded their outcomes. . .

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