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Obama launches fundraising campaign to win back environmental voters | guardian.co.uk

President is well ahead of Romney when it comes to green voters, but many are upset over fracking and Keystone pipeline

Barack Obama has launched a new green re-election site hoping to make up with environmental voters ahead of next November’s vote.

Environmentalists for Obama is aimed at organising green voters, who have had a complicated relationship with the Obama White House.

Republicans have gone out of their way to cast Obama as a leader who put the environment ahead of the economy. Newt Gingrich even called him “President Algae”.

For more on this story, visit: Obama launches fundraising campaign to win back environmental voters | Environment | guardian.co.uk.

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