By Mark Kenyon

This past weekend, the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership hosted the 2016 Western Media Summit in Fort Collins, Colorado. At this event, representatives from the Trump and Clinton campaigns both participated in Q&A sessions covering topics related to conservation, public lands, hunting and angling.

Lucky for us, these forums were videoed and available for us to watch now. Representing the Trump campaign is Donald Trump’s son Donald Jr, and representing the Clinton campaign is Congressman Mike Thompson.

When making your vote this year for president, I’d encourage you to keep conservation and hunting in mind, and these videos ought to help you begin understanding how these two potential presidents might approach these important issues.