Hotcoldwetdry Is Going To Heat Up The 2018 Midterms Or Something

It’s interesting how we are told for every election cycle that ‘climate change’ is going to be a Big Big Issue, and each time it barely makes an appearance. But, hey, next time! Daniel Cohan, an associate professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Rice University, is super enthused for Next Time

Climate change will heat up midterm elections

The midterm congressional elections are still a year away, but hundreds of rookie candidates are crafting policy positions for the first time.

Most of them are Democrats, spurred by polls showing their party with the edge for 2018.

In Texas alone, so far 35 Democrats are challenging House incumbents, while just two Republicans are doing so (both in primaries against Republican incumbents).

In previous elections, many candidates glossed over their positions on climate change, assuming they were of secondary interest to voters. That could be a mistake this time around.

President Trump’s decision to exit the Paris Agreement has galvanized support for climate action. A new survey by Politico and Harvard shows that Democratic voters rank climate change alongside Trump scandals and health care as the top issues motivating them to vote in 2018.

Yet, each and every time, even with lots of money from big moneyed Hotcoldwetdry believers, ‘climate change’ ends up being like a fart in the wind: barely recognized. And this looks more like the standard Trump Derangement Syndrome “resistance” we’ve come to know and love since November 9th, 2016.

Cohan offers some policy advice for Democrats, who would end up preaching to the

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