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  • 'A choice between bad and worse is not good enough'

    HCN's Michelle Nijhuis interviews Green Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader on Western environmental issues and the upcoming election.

  • 'Green elephants' abandon Bush

    The grassroots group Republicans for Environmental Protection withholds its endorsement from President Bush, citing his "deliberately anti-environmental, anti-conservation" record

  • A "down time" for Utah environmentalists

    Not many surprises in store for Utah in upcoming elections, analysts say.

  • A 'most improbable scenerio' has come to pass

    HCN's political columnist considers the recent, weird and not-quite-finished election, and suggests that if George Bush turns out to be the winner, he will have to govern from the middle, which could prove good news for the environment.

  • A cautionary tale in Washington state

    The Washington state Republicans swept into office in the 1994 election begin to feel an environmental backlash from their state as the next election nears.

  • A conservative legislature may move to the middle

    In Montana, Republican Marc Racicot will probably stay governor, although other races could tilt the state back to the middle.

  • A crossed heritage in the modern West

    How did the Republican Party cease being the party of conservation, and why do Westerners continue to give it their support?

  • A familiar name returns to Western politics

    The Udall family still lives in politics, as Morris Udall's son, Mark, runs for Congress in Colorado and Stewart's son, Tom, runs for the House of Representatives in New Mexico.

  • A green Republican makes a run

    Environmentalist Robin Silver of Phoenix makes a bid for the Republican slot for Arizona's 4th Congressional District.

  • A green state could return to its roots

    Democrats hope to make progress in Oregon at both state and national levels.

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