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Fuel Fix reports that “motorists who fill up with $3 gas on their way to the election booth on Tuesday could be forgiven if they aren’t giving a lot of thought to energy and the environment.”  

“But those issues underlie a number of races around the country, and while votes won’t immediately dictate many policies on issues ranging from climate change to drilling, they could shift the prospect for changes in the nation’s capital.”  

“Some advocacy groups have been working hard — and spending big — to make energy and environment a top-tier issue before Tuesday’s elections.”

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