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See Where Your Candidates Stand On Energy

The Alliance for Michigan Power knows how important it is to know where your candidates stand on issues like energy before you head to the polls. AMP knows that Michigan’s future is more secure when we have an affordable, reliable, and sustainable energy mix and a strong energy infrastructure. That’s why we asked candidates for Governor, State Senate and the State House of Representatives questions to understand their views on energy policy and critical energy issues.

It’s easy to find your candidate’s answers to our questionnaire:

  • Click on Governor, State Senate, or State House of Representatives below to find your candidate
  • Look for your Senate District or House District
  • If your candidate responded to the questionnaire, you can click on their name to view the questionnaire
  • If the name of your candidate is not hyperlinked, that means that your candidate has not responded or has not filled out the questionnaire

*The Alliance for Michigan Power has not altered or changed the responses to the questionnaire.

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