Senate candidates pump for voter love
Are you looking forward to paying $5 for a gallon of gas this summer?
But Schaffer opponents aren’t letting his close ties to the Big Oil, including time spent working as an oil lobbyist, go unnoticed.
Schaffer’s camp blasts Udall energy policy here on his Web site but a YouTube search doesn’t find any negative Udall energy ads.
Not surprisingly, we were able to find this ad reiterating the Schaffer campaign’s effort to label Udall as a "Boulder liberal."
Udall, who will have an easier time convincing voters he is their guy to fight Big Oil and push for renewables than Schaffer, has begun his energy campaign with ads like this.
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