How Clean Energy Became A Code Word In Washington

By Samantha Page, Climate Progress.

If you are a Republican who cares about climate change, you’re probably pretty sick of the presidential election. 

Your last hope suspended his campaign weeks ago, so it makes sense to turn, now, to the Congressional races. 

That’s what Republican billionaire Jay Faison seems to have done, launching a new Super PAC this week to direct funds toward candidates who openly support clean energy. The ClearPath Action Fund will spend $5 million on Republican congressional elections, the Wall Street Journal reported. The PAC may get involved in the presidential election later.