“Mine the Vote” campaign kicks off

Posted on March 01, 2012 by Minerals Make Life

The National Mining Association (NMA) last week launched a new election-year initiative—“Mine the Vote”—to equip voters with comprehensive guides to the 2012 election. The site provides voter registration, polling information and background on candidates around the United States that support mining. NMA’s Tate Rosenbusch noted, “We are really hoping that mining supporters use [it] as a resource.”

Visit the site here.

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