Power Companies want a vote for more Oil & Gas Fracking

illustration of a drilling extraction hydraulic fracturing of shale gas for geothermal sustainable energy

illustration of a drilling extraction hydraulic fracturing of shale gas for geothermal sustainable energy

Power Companies want a vote for more Oil & Gas Fracking

Amendment 4 is in the bank;

look out for the next one

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Florida Power & Light, Duke Energy, Tampa Electric Co. and Gulf Power have a new ad and wants you to vote for more oil and gas drilling, Fracking and offshore Testing.

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Ask Oklahoma how they feel about having to deal with “Earthquakes!

http://www.cnn.com/2016/09/03/us/oklahoma-earthquake/index.html

In-Fact.

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Ask any county, town, city or state that is Fracking, what they think about,

Dirty Air

(http://earthjustice.org/blog/2012-november/fracking-s-dirty-air-secret),

Dirty Water

(http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/how-can-we-cope-with-the-dirty-water-from-fracking-for-natural-gas-and-oil/ )

Dirty Land

(https://cleantechnica.com/2016/05/11/fracking-numbers-damage-water-land-climate-decade-dirty-drilling/),

And

Earthquakes

(https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=earthquakes+from+fracking&qpvt=earthquakes+from+Fracking&qpvt=earthquakes+from+Fracking&qpvt=earthquakes+from+Fracking&FORM=IGRE).

If all of your power companies are spending millions of dollars for something, anything.

You must get a firm grip

on your wallet every second

of every day

and

pray!

Supporters of Amendment 1 have already spent more than $15.8 million, with much of the money coming from Florida Power & Light, Duke Energy, Tampa Electric Co. and Gulf Power.

In June, the Saint Leo University Polling Institute found 68.2 percent support statewide for the amendment approved Tuesday. In that same survey, support for Amendment 1 on the November ballot was at 77.3 percent, with just 6.8 percent opposed and 15.9 percent unsure.

Constitutional amendments need support from 60 percent of voters to pass.

One Solar Amendment Passed, Backers and Opponents of November Measure Square Off

FlaglerLive | September 1, 2016

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The measure approved Tuesday was put on the primary ballot by the Legislature and received nearly 73 percent of the vote. Known as Amendment 4, it was backed by business and environmental groups.

But the November proposal has been more controversial, drawing opposition from groups such as the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy that argue the measure is intended to benefit utilities.

http://flaglerlive.com/99075/amendment1/

Donald Trump agrees with this Ad!

Donald Trump agrees with anything that will get him into the Whitehouse.

Then What?

http://money.cnn.com/2016/08/24/investing/harold-hamm-donald-trump-fracking-oil/index.html

And

http://energyfuse.org/energy-policy-2016-spotlight-on-donald-trump/

And

https://www.yahoo.com/news/latest-mitt-romney-says-not-run-president-122542280–election.html?ref=gs

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