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Margaret Bitz, Fargo, Published August 18 2012

Cramer would be part of problem

U.S. House leader John Boehner could not get the votes from his GOP colleagues to pass a farm bill. This happened because in the last election we voted in too many Republicans.

For every GOP representative we keep in office in the November election, the more likely the GOP will again be in the majority. This means that the farm bill passed by the Senate and satisfactory to the farmers will not be passed by the GOP.

The way to change this is to vote against Kevin Cramer and for Pam Gulleson, a farmer who knows what’s good for farmers.