New Webpage Highlights Obama, Romney Views on Renewable Fuels

New Webpage Highlights Obama, Romney Views on Renewable Fuels

Iowa Renewable Fuels Association announces new page; will be updated throughout campaign

The Iowa Renewable Fuels Association unveiled a new landing page highlighting President Barack Obama and former Governor Mitt Romney's stances on renewable fuels. 

Information includes links to speeches, debates and energy plans with a specific focus on renewable fuels. IRFA says new information will be added as the presidential campaign progresses.

IRFA President Brad Albin said more than 10,000 families are involved in Iowa's renewable fuels industry, which makes them important voters.

Iowa Renewable Fuels Association announces new page; will be updated throughout campaign

"Those 10,000 families, along with tens of thousands more involved in agriculture, will play a crucial role in the upcoming presidential election," Albin said. "IRFA will ensure voters have complete, accurate information about each candidate's plan for renewable fuels before they vote."

A link to IRFA's new landing page can be found on its homepage at www.IowaRFA.org. The IRFA 2012 Presidential Election web page also features comments from each candidate on renewable fuels and energy policy, as well as links to videos where you can watch each candidate discuss ethanol and biodiesel.

Last month, a National Rural Assembly poll found Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney leading the race by 14%, according to rural swing state voters. The American Farm Bureau also released an election questionnaire with responses from both candidates on ag policy, which included questions regarding energy policy.


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