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Listen: Key changes for energy markets in US elections, but economy looms over all

Dozens of highly consequential energy issues are at play in this week's US elections, ranging from who will occupy the Oval Office for the next four years, to who will fill the last open seat on the Texas Railroad Commission.

But overhanging all of this is a US economy crippled by the ongoing pandemic.

Beth Ann Bovino, US Chief Economist for S&P Global Ratings, helps explore this unique interplay.

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