In anticipation of an upcoming Hillary Clinton speech on clean energy, one of the groups laying the groundwork for her presumed 2016 presidential campaign is talking up the former Secretary of State's record on climate change.
Clinton is scheduled to give the keynote address at the National Clean Energy Summit this Thursday in Las Vegas. Correct the Record, the rapid response outfit in the proto-Hillary 2016 campaign infrastructure, shared with TPM new talking points detailing her record on climate change at the State Department.
The group has been regularly releasing reports outlining Clinton's record on various issues, from LGBT rights to income equality, for months. They are part of the group's overall mission of greasing the wheels for Clinton's various public appearances and putting a positive spin on her past work -- all in the context of an anticipated 2016 run.
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