ENERGY
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George W. Bush (R):
A statement on energy could not be obtained from the Bush campaign staff.
Wesley Clark (D): A statement on energy could not be obtained from the Clark campaign staff.
 Howard Dean (D): "The governor focuses on not only increasing our independence on energy, but putting dollars into our communities." (Dean Iowa communications director Sarah Leonard)
 John Edwards (D): "We need to move to an economy that is more reliant on renewable sources of energy, including wind, solar, geothermal and biomass." (Edwards Iowa press secretary Kim Rubey)
 Dick Gephardt (D): "It's time we stopped behaving like the United States of Saudi
Arabia and started working toward total economic freedom from Saudi Arabia, from the oil it exports and from the radical fundamentalism it's visited on the world." (As quoted on
www.dickgephardt2004.com)
 John Kerry (D): "John Kerry recognizes the interplay between energy and environmental needs. He will take the country in new energy directions that would help the economy and the environment." (Quoted on www.johnkerry.com)
 Dennis Kucinich (D): "I intend to make ... a call on sustainability. A call for renewable energy ... I think we're capable of saving hundreds of millions of
gallons of oil, or we have so many possibilities that we could pursue."
Joe Lieberman (D): A statement on energy could not be obtained from the Lieberman
campaign staff.
Carol Moseley Braun (D): A statement on energy could not be obtained from the Moseley Braun campaign staff.
 Al Sharpton (D): A statement on energy could not be obtained from the Sharpton
campaign staff
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Quotes compiled by Johan Bergenas and Kelley Casino

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