Christine Todd Whitman’s View From the Middle

April 25, 2012 Christine Todd Whitman knows well the view from the middle. A moderate Republican, Whitman was elected New Jersey’s first female governor in 1994. In 2001, she was appointed administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency under President George W. Bush, but she left just two years later after conflicts with what she later described as a divisive political structure. [...]

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Benefits of Nuclear Power

By Christine Todd Whitman New York Times April 19, 2012 To the Editor: “Report Faults Online Services Over Reliance on Coal and Nuclear Power” (Business Day, April 18) discusses a Greenpeace report suggesting that emissions-free nuclear power and coal constitute “dirty energy.” [...]

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Former Govs. Christine Todd Whitman, Ed Rendell: Presidential hopefuls stuck on ‘appeasing the base’

By John Barna Gloucester County Times April 10, 2012 PHILADELPHIA — Substitute the Obama Administration and the current members of Congress for our Founding Fathers and former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman suggests she would have had to find another forum to discuss the 2012 presidential election Monday night. [...]

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Governors Rendell and Whitman on Election 2012: It’s been a shameful clown show

By NCC Staff National Constitution Center/Constitution Daily April 6, 2012 Today at the National Constitution Center, former Governors Ed Rendell and Christine Todd Whitman offered contrasting perspectives and firsthand knowledge of Election 2012′s key players and issues. David Eisner, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, moderated. [...]

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