I hate to say I told you so, but...
"Senator Burr is an important conservative voice in a politically- and energy-diverse state," ClearPath Action Fund Founder and CEO Jay Faison said. "He deserves another six years to continue an increasingly central role in helping shape the roadmap for clean energy in North Carolina and elsewhere."
ClearPath Action Fund will tout Burr as a conservative clean energy leader in a six-figure campaign, which will be run by Anthro and featured on many digital networks, including Facebook, Google, Twitter, SpotX and 4info. The innovative campaign, which will be given a budget of at least $400,000, will leverage a sophisticated microtargeting strategy to identify persuadable clean energy voters.
If you had any doubt about the true motives of this group, I sure hope this development settles those unanswered questions. Richard Burr is no friend to clean energy, or climate change protections, or anti-pollution efforts, or (fill in the blank):