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Kathy Szeliga

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Kathy Szeliga
First Name: Kathy
Last Name: Szeliga
Middle Name:
Nickname:
Gender:
Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kathy_Szeliga
Wikipedia section URL on climate (if any):
State: Maryland
Office: Senate
House District:
Party: Republican
Incumbent or Challenger: Challenger
House Official Site:
Senate Official Site:
Campaign Site: http://www.kathyformaryland.com/
Official Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kathy.szeliga/
Campaign Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TEAMKATHYCALVERT/about/
Official Twitter:
Campaign Twitter: https://twitter.com/KathyforMD

Draft summary for the individual at Wikipedia

Kathy Szeliga supports an “all of the above strategy” for energy without addressing climate change. This includes exploring renewable energies and “developing traditional forms of energy like coal, oil, and natural gas” (1)

1. Kathy Szeliga Campaign Site Issues Page, Accessed September 15 2016, www.kathyformaryland.com/issues

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

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

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

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Her campaign website supports an “all of the above strategy” for energy without addressing climate change: “Our nation is blessed with a variety of natural resources that can help to meet our energy needs, and I believe that we should explore all of those options and strive to become energy independent. That includes investing in renewable energy like solar, wind, and nuclear as well as developing traditional forms of energy like coal, oil, and natural gas. It is only by adopting an ‘all of the above strategy’ that we can truly become energy independent.” (1) 1. Kathy Szeliga Campaign Site Issues Page, Accessed 2016-09-15 www.kathyformaryland.com/issues