A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a column about the farm family in my hometown of Leeton, Ohio.
My father and my grandfather lived there for many years.
I have cousins and cousins-in-law who are farmers and grandparents who also live there.
I was particularly fond of the farm.
The farm was a big part of my childhood, and I had my own way of living and working there.
But the farm became an issue of the 2016 presidential campaign.
When the Republican National Committee was hosting a farm forum at the Republican Governors Association, I volunteered to run a television ad.
That helped me gain support from both sides of the aisle.
I’m a farmer, after all, and farmers and farmers don’t generally disagree on politics.
But there are some things that farmers and farm families are very familiar with: farming in Ohio, the importance of farm subsidies, and the importance for farm families to vote.
I also understand that farm families have a strong history of supporting Democratic candidates.
For me, I’ve always felt that if my parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents voted in presidential elections, that they would have had an impact on the outcome of our country.
The Farm Party at the Farm and Farm Family Dinner in October 2016.
The Farm Party is a great way to get a farm family involved.
A lot of people have asked me about how they can get involved.
The party is in every county in Ohio and the state of Pennsylvania, and there are more than 300 participating farmers in the state.
The farmers are not just interested in voting for their favorite candidate, but also in educating the public about farming, the benefits of farming, and why we need to preserve the land.
I know I’m not alone in thinking that farmers have a vested interest in this election.
I think a lot of the people who are getting involved in the Farm Party are farmers.
I think people who know farm families understand what it means to be a farm owner.
I’ve seen farm families take part in Farm Party events, and they seem to be very excited about the idea of participating.
And it’s a great opportunity to engage a diverse audience of farmers and family farmers in one place, so that they can share their stories and hear the views of people who share their own farm values.
And they are really interested in the idea that we should all get involved and be part of making this country a better place for everyone.
That’s why I am so excited to announce that I’m supporting Bernie Sanders.
I don’t think there’s anything that I can say that would suggest that the FarmParty is not a place for farmers to get together, get to know each other, and to share our values.
But I do think there are a lot more opportunities to get involved in Farm Parties than there are for the Republican Party.
I can’t say how much support I have from both the Republican and Democratic presidential campaigns, but I can assure you that I am going to be there, and that I will be standing with Bernie.
There are also many people in the rural community who I know have a passion for farming and want to see the Farm party grow.
I see this as a great chance to show our support for Bernie and to highlight how important it is to work with farmers in rural America.
There are a number of ways you can get your vote on the Farm.
I am running an online petition to help bring the Farmparty to people’s homes in Ohio.
This is a fantastic opportunity to get people involved and have their voices heard.
You can also register your support for the Farm by visiting www.farmparty.com.
This page is where you can find information on how to register and sign up to vote in the presidential election.
There’s also a website where you’ll find information about how to get the Farm parties message out to as many people as possible.
If you are a farmer and you’re interested in getting involved, the farm is also a great place to get more information about the Farm-Party, including an official Farm Party website.
There is a lot that the farm community can do to get their message out, and we will continue to monitor the Farm Parties online activity.
In the meantime, I will keep you posted as more information becomes available.