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May 30, 2012

Mitt Match -- Making Dirty Energy Connections

Whispers are bouncing around the halls of Washington. Anxious hands are passing notes full of gossip. Facebook and Twitter are... a-twitter. Everyone wants to know: Who does Mitt like the most?

The list of suitors is long, and the courtship has been expensive. But if anyone can afford it, it's the super-wealthy dirty energy lobbyists and CEOs who are jostling to be Mitt's top picks for his energy team -- or even a spot in a Romney White House.

Whether it's by hosting high-dollar fundraisers or launching multimillion-dollar smear campaigns against President Obama, every cent spent by big polluters is a love letter to Romney. And the feeling's mutual. Mitt's been showing he cares by matching the big polluters' talking points line-for-line.

So, which Dirty Energy millionaire -- or billionaire -- will Mitt hook up with? We sent our crack team of researchers to find out, and ran the results through our patented MittMatch computer program to find out. Click here or on the image below to check out the results.

Click here for the Mitt Match Results - PDF

-- Trey Pollard, Sierra Club

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