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Eric I. Cantor

Eric I. Cantor's Ratings and Endorsements on Issue: Agriculture and Food

Full Name: Eric I. Cantor
Education Categories MS, Columbia University, 1989 Higher Education JD, College of William and Mary School of Law, 1988 Higher Education,Legal BA, George Washington University, 1985 Higher Education

Agriculture and Food

2014 American Farm Bureau Federation - Positions 50%
2014 United Food & Commercial Workers - Positions 14%
2013 Food Policy Action - Positions 15%
2013 Food Policy Action - Positions 15%
2013 International Foodservice Distributors Association - Positions 100%
2011-2012 Food Policy Action - Positions 14%
2011-2012 Food Policy Action - Positions 14%
2011-2012 International Foodservice Distributors Association - Positions (House) 100%
2011-2012 United Food & Commercial Workers - Positions 0%
2011 American Farm Bureau Federation - Positions 82%
2009-2010 American Farm Bureau Federation - Positions 66%
2009-2010 International Foodservice Distributors Association - Positions 100%
2009-2010 National Farmers Union - Positions 0%
2009 ConservAmerica - Positions 11
2008 National Association of Wheat Growers - Positions 4%
2007-2008 American Farm Bureau Federation - Positions 15%
2007-2008 ConservAmerica - Positions 12
2007-2008 Grassroots Netroots Alliance - Positions 8%
2007-2008 International Foodservice Distributors Association - Positions 100%
2007-2008 National Farmers Union - Family Farm Advocacy Score 0
2007-2008 The National Mining Association - Positions 83%
2007-2008 United Food & Commercial Workers - Positions 6%
2007 ConservAmerica - Positions 7
2007 National Association of Wheat Growers - Positions 12%
2007 National Council of Agricultural Employers - Positions 100%
2007 United Fresh Produce Association - Positions 0%
2006 ConservAmerica - Positions 25
2005-2006 American Farm Bureau Federation - Positions 88%
2005-2006 National Farmers Union - Positions 0%
2005 ConservAmerica - Positions 8
2005 National Association of Wheat Growers - Positions 100%
2005 National Council of Agricultural Employers - Positions 66%
2003-2004 National Farmers Union - Positions 17%
2002 Vote Hemp - Positions on Industrial Hemp Policy Fence Sitter
2001-2002 Minnesota Farm Bureau - Positions 94%
2001-2002 Minnesota Farm Bureau - Positions 86%
2001-2002 National Farmers Union - Positions 20%
2001 American Coalition for Ethanol - Positions 100%
2001 United Food & Commercial Workers - Positions 0%

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