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01/09/2012
GENERAL INTEREST — Quick Takes API launches campaign to make energy a bigger issue The American Petroleum Institute launched a nationwide campaign to get more people to vote for candidates in the 2012 election who support energy and economic growth. The campaign, "Vote 4 Energy," will encourage voters to make energy a bigger election issue, but not endorse specific office-seekers or parties, API Pres. Jack N. Gerard said at the association's annual State of American Energy luncheon. "It's not about any political party or candidate, but making energy a major part of the 2012 election discussion," he maintained. "We won't be picking sides or candidates. Energy shoul...
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