Utilities Bet on Republicans in Some Close Races, Hedge in Others
FirstEnergy has poured money, food, and beverages into the race for governor in Ohio, where Republican candidate Mike DeWine and Democrat Richard Cordray have both voiced general support for efforts...
Final Campaign Finance Reports Filed Before Election Shows APS Spending $30 Million To Defeat Prop 127
Millions More To Politicians While Arizona Rep. Grijalva Tells APS "No Thanks"
Tobin asked APS lobbyist whether they had a “public information strategy planned” to combat negative media coverage of a rate increase request while the case was still pending
UPDATE (11/5/18) – Campaigns were required to file their final campaign finance reports before the election by November 1st, for contributions received through October 25th. The filings provided yet another...
Former New Hampshire governor John H. Sununu defended the views of climate skeptic Bjorn Lomborg last week during the Portsmouth Conference, a controversial event held in a coastal region of...
Arizona Commissioner Justin Olson answered questions about Arizona’s energy policy by copying parts of an APS memo verbatim, emails show
Emails show that Olson forwarded a Wall Street analyst's questions to an APS lobbyist, then read from APS' answers verbatim.
Mark Cardenas, Democrat who came out against Prop 127, got $8,000 in “consulting” fees from APS-backed PAC
“Code of Ethics” has not increased trust in Arizona Corporation Commission, as APS seems poised to continue spending on races
Some commissioners seem to be ignoring even the existing rules.
APS pushed county administrators to pass legally questionable resolutions against clean energy initiative
UPDATE (11/16/2018): A recently completed public records request in Mohave county reveals that representatives from Unisource Energy Services, the sister of Tucson Electric Power (TEP), lobbied Mohave County officials in August...