Agriculture & Farms

Whether one opposes or supports laws that benefit farms, farmers, and the agriculture industry generally, including federal subsidies and insurance guarantees.


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    Rikki Risatti

    Public Power,
    Brattleboro, Vermont

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    I support our farmers 100%. I will do my best to help farmers to sell their products at the best prices that can be reached through agreements with the farmers and the consumers. North Dakotas farmers need solutiond now to sell their products that China is no longer purchasing. I will work hard to renegotiate with our Chinese allies and other trading partners.

    Michael James Steele

    U.S. Senate,
    Fargo, North Dakota

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    Eddie Pirkowski

    U.S. Senator,
    Kihei, Hawaii

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    I strongly support farmers rights. Specifically, Hawaii's Water Rights. Native Hawaiians' birthright is the water or wai that comes down the mountains after it rains. Since time began in the islands Native Hawaiians followed an ecological system that respected the land or aina. This system ensures that the rainfall flows down from the mountains into the streams, farms or loi and to the oceans

    Lei Sharsh-Davis

    Office of Hawaiian Afairs Trustee,
    ewa beach, Hawaii

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    Local Farming has once been the backbone of rural counties such as Wadena. Local farmers need and deserve our support in lower taxes and assistance with marketing, sales and business development to help their hard work turn into liveable income.

    Curtis Kreklau Jr.

    County Auditor,
    Sebeka, Minnesota

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