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Trump Election Leaves Mostly Questions About Electrical Industry Policy Prospects

With the Republican party winning control of the White House, Congress and many state governments last week after a divisive election campaign, the electrical industry’s political experts now find themselves in the position of having to build new policy plans in a distinctly unpredictable environment. The election of Donald Trump defied expectations.

“I was utterly and completely wrong about this election,” Ed Orlet, senior director of Development & Government

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