TXOGA Talks Podcast: Episode 11: Fall Election Preview

In this episode, TXOGA President Todd Staples and Shana Joyce, Vice President of Government and Regulatory Affairs are joined by U.S. Oil & Gas Association (USOGA) President Tim Stewart for a discussion on the upcoming fall election. They discuss the balance of power in Washington D.C., key U.S. House and Senate races to decide control of Congress, the state of play in the rematch for President, as well as how the fall elections might impact the oil and gas industry and American consumers.

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USOGA: Formed in October 1917, USOGA has been the industry’s successful advocate in Washington D.C. and in State Capitols for over 100 years. Cooperating under common by-laws established in 1917, USOGA is located in Washington, D.C. USOGA is dedicated to educating the public, policymakers, and legislators at the federal state and local levels about the value of domestic oil and natural gas exploration and production to enhancing national security and economic vitality.FiveThirtyEight:

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