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Jodey C. Arrington (US-House)

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Jodey C. Arrington (US-House)
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First Name: Jodey
Last Name: Arrington
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Gender: Male
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Office: US-House
State: Texas
House District: TX-19
Party: Republican
2018 Campaign for: US House, TX19
Official Gov Site: https://arrington.house.gov
Additional Site: http://jodeyarrington.com/
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Official Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JodeyArrington/
Official Twitter: https://twitter.com/RepArrington
Additional Twitter: https://twitter.com/JodeyArrington

Draft summary for the individual at Wikipedia

In Feb 2016, Jodey Arrington said "I do not believe in the current Administration’s policy on climate change; furthermore, I believe the President’s policies in this regard have compromised our energy security, stifled our economy, and weakened our future," (1). In May 2016, he was paraphrased as stating "science and facts should drive policy, not personal agendas. Global warming has become a political thunderstorm. [He] said the facts fall both ways, so he's not yet convinced," (2).

1. League of Women Votes of Lubbock County Voters Guide. February 2016. http://lwvlubbock.org/files/LBK_Primary_VG_ENG_2016.pdf

2 Our opinion: 19th Congressional District, Abilene Reporter-News, 15 May 2016, http://archive.reporternews.com/opinion/editorials/our-opinion-19th-congressional-district-329205db-ad86-1fe4-e053-0100007f1a8f-379533991.html

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1. What are the individual's views on whether climate change is real and caused by human activity?

In May 2016, he was paraphrased as stating "science and facts should drive policy, not personal agendas. Global warming has become a political thunderstorm. Mr. Arrington said the facts fall both ways, so he's not yet convinced." http://archive.reporternews.com/opinion/editorials/our-opinion-19th-congressional-district-329205db-ad86-1fe4-e053-0100007f1a8f-379533991.html

2. What votes, actions, and governmental/organizational activities on climate change and clean energy has the individual led/supported/opposed?

In Feb 2016, he said "I do not believe in the current Administration’s policy on climate change; furthermore, I believe the President’s policies in this regard have compromised our energy security, stifled our economy, and weakened our future." http://lwvlubbock.org/files/LBK_Primary_VG_ENG_2016.pdf

3. What has the individual said about local and regional climate-related impacts and activities?

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Other relevant and significant information.

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