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In an accelerating counteroffensive stretching from the Senate chamber to Alaska, Democrats are denouncing Charles and David Koch, the key figures behind millions of dollars in conservative TV ads hammering Democratic candidates and their ties to
Climate change historically polls very low, so the Republicans seem not to have noticed that an attack on the American energy revolution is going to be a hot political issue in at least the 2014 elections and probably 2016 as well. Liberal activist
Select a date range Create a custom date range From: To: March 4, 2014 , 1:45 p.m. As Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid resumed his polemic against the Koch brothers Tuesday, Republicans were quick to respond, noting they are not the only ones with
Last year, Steyer played a significant role in two major elections, spending more than $8 million to help elect Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe and more than $1 million in the Massachusetts special election to replace then-Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.).
The Democrats are hurting their own New Noise on Climate Changea winning issue for Republicans The Democrats think that climate change is going to be a winning issue for them in 2014and, if they handle it correctly, this could be a winning issue for
the leading provider of energy news in the world. Also check out these recent articles: Billionaire Tom Steyer launched a campaign to rival the conservative Koch brothers and supporters of the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
At last count, Thomas Steyer was ranked #352 on the Forbes 400 list, and Bloomberg estimates his fortune to stand at $2.6 billion through his work at his San Francisco-based hedge fund, Farallon Capital Management . Farallon manages money primarily
He is president of NextGen Climate Action , which focuses on stopping climate change. (CNN) -- Over the weekend on his trip to Indonesia, Secretary of State John Kerry implored the global community to take action on climate change, calling it "the
Tom Steyer has the exemplar Wall Street resume Phillips Exeter Academy, Yale undergrad, Stanford MBA, Goldman Sachs, hedge fund magnate. But these days Steyer who has an estimated $1.5 billion fortune spends his time doing non-billionaire things,
Retired hedge fund executive and green activist billionaire Tom Steyer, 56, has caused a stir with news that he is planning to spend $100 million to push climate change issues to the forefront in the 2014 and 2016 elections, according to