From the Capital Press
As Election Day approaches, all eyes will be on the race for the White House.
Voters will decide Nov. 3 if President Donald Trump will receive a second term in office, or if Democratic challenger and former Vice President Joe Biden will get his chance to lead the nation.
While farmers and ranchers make up just 1% of the total U.S. population, both candidates have outlined agricultural policies they say will help producers become more profitable, sustainable and resilient. Issues highlighted by the campaigns include international trade, rural infrastructure, labor reform, improving the food supply chain and climate change. Read the rest of the article here.