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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    Mark Kinion

    County Judge,
    Fayetteville, Arkansas

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    Farmers and cowboys were the very foundation of the America's growth across the continent since the Wild West and they remained the indispensable asset of our society. Our economy needs to focus on added values to the farming products in the areas where farmers produce. We also can develop more energy independence by engaging the farmers and their hard work. I love & support backyard V gardens!

    Steve Naumovski

    State Representative,
    STERLING HEIGHTS, Michigan

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    District 99 has so much agriculture and farms. I fully support these farmers, and all the hard work they do for America. I truly believe they should be given a tax break and offered more programs to get their products to the market.

    Cory Stuper

    State Representative,
    Ashtabula, Ohio

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    Yes, I strongly support laws that benefit farms, farmers and agriculture industry.

    Raymark Alberto Clement

    County Commissioner,
    Coral Springs, Florida

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    I am in full support of the farmers in the 7th district as they have been and are the backbone of district.

    Gary Tompkins

    County Commissioner,
    Homer, Michigan

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    As President, I will find a way to work around "general welfare and the tenth" These are two things that has always stopped or limit the impact of federal government on how best to fund agriculture, industry and mining at local and state levels.

    Abbey Samuel Laurel-Smith

    President,
    New York city, New York

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