Politics from the Palouse to Puget Sound

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Going Nuclear

In Benton and Frankin Counties, where the Tri-Cities are located, Dino didn't get less than 65% of the primary vote. Only Adams County (Othello), which borders Hanford, was higher.

Got Areva?

1 comment:

Satanic Mechanic said...

Areva will haunt her and Rossi should push that. Areva was big money. How big you ask?
Areva won a huge contract this month in Taiwan (Republic of China, the free one Lupke) and will be supplying Taiwan with all the nuclear fuel it needs for its new and old reactors.
Areva also won its biggest contract to build and fuel reactors in the People's Republic of China (the oppressed one Lupke).
Areva would have re-energised Hanford and the Tri-Cities economy.