Election Analysis–What It Means So Far for the Planet

Election Analysis–What It Means So Far for the Planet

When we filmed this interview on Thursday afternoon we still didn’t know the result of the presidential race, nor a handful of Senate races like in Georgia or North Carolina. But we do know some things: There’s a decent chance that the Senate is in Republican control–this could change if both Georgia U.S. Senate elections […]

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As Arizona Senate Race Heats Up, Will Climate Change Be on the Agenda?

As Arizona Senate Race Heats Up, Will Climate Change Be on the Agenda?

Arizona’s Senate race is one of the most pivotal races for Democrats this fall–already $9.3 million has been spent on ads in the state. The party hopes that this is the election that flips Arizona blue as incumbent Martha McSally (R) who was appointed to serve out the rest of the late Senator John McCain’s […]

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Out of this world candidate being recruited for Senate race

Out of this world candidate being recruited for Senate race

314 Action, a nonprofit political action committee that recruits and supports scientists and candidates with STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) backgrounds to run for office has launched a campaign to recruit retired astronaut Mark Kelly to run for the Democratic nomination for Arizona’s 2020 Senate race. As the Arizona Republic reported, Kelly, the husband of former U.S. […]

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