Energy policy appears to be a non-factor on the 2010 midterm election, except for umpteen challengers highlighting incumbent House members' votes for the Cap-and-Trade bill that passed in 2009.
Or for unemployed Gulf oil and gas workers.
This relative tranquility is not a surprise. "Climate change" and "clean energy" tend towards the bottom of the list of issues that voters view as most important. And the Cap-and-Trade bill itself appears to be quite unpopular with voters.
That said, here are four races where energy policy is at least playing a role: