Where do Biden and Trump stand on agriculture?

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Election day is coming up fast on Nov. 3. Maybe you already voted by mail or at an early-voting location.

If you’re still on the fence about who to vote for, the Farm and Dairy staff put together this guide to show you were the presidential candidates stand on issues that impact agriculture and rural communities.

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Rachel is a reporter with Farm and Dairy and a graduate of Clarion University of Pennsylvania. She married a fourth-generation beef and sheep farmer and settled down in her hometown in Beaver County. Before coming to Farm and Dairy, she worked at several daily and weekly newspapers throughout Western Pennsylvania covering everything from education and community news to police and courts.

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  1. Thought it was an unbiased reporting of what each candidate believes. There was no leaning left or right. Thanks for the comparisons.

  2. The real difference between the two candidates Trump tells us what he is going to do and he does it. He didn’t this job and he isn’t doing to for him or his family, he’s doing it for the America and the American People including farmers like me and every American no matter your race or creed.
    Biden on the other hand he has lied about fracking, raising our taxes, taking our guns, and tells you what you want to hear depending on where he is and who he is talking to. We now know that Biden is in it for Biden and not for the American People. He says, “He is going to stand up to China’s trade abuse” yet it has now been proven China and Russia has handed Biden’s Family $Millions while he was in office, for what?

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