Coal, the elections and the economy
The coal-based electricity industry provides more than 550,000 jobs to America, according to the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity.
Coal provides the economic foundation for millions of Americans across the country – whether it’s through employment or low energy prices. When times are tough, it doesn’t make sense to add regulations that cause jobs to be lost and energy prices to increase for companies and working families. Tell candidates: we need American jobs.Skip to next paragraph
Vice President for Media Relations, American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity (ACCCE)
Lisa Camooso Miller is ACCCE's vice president for media relations. She oversees ACCCE's earned media implementation and strategic planning and appears regularly in print, radio and on national television. For more than 15 years, Lisa has been a notable communications leader in public affairs, holding key positions in local, state and federal government, political campaigns and committees, as well as advocacy organizations.
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The coal-based electricity industry provides more than 550,000 jobs to America: it gives peace-of-mind to small businesses that are struggling and high tech job opportunities for future graduates. Americans need to continue to take advantage of this affordable resource so we can to pull out of these hard economic times.
The choices that we make now directly affect Americans. Keep in mind that coal is the abundant, affordable resource that powers America – vote with coal on November 6.
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