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October 2, 2012

Beltway Beef Commentary: Voting on Election Day

By Cristina Llorens, NCBA Communications

With Election Day on Nov. 6, it's now more important than ever that cattlemen and cattlewomen head to the polls to cast their ballots. NCBA's Vice President of Government Affairs Colin Woodall talks about the issues that face the cattle industry and how ranchers can ensure their voices are heard. Woodall also stresses the importance of voting on Election Day, or making sure that ranchers vote by absentee or early voting.

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