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Disclaimer: The author of this site maintained the campaign weblog of John Kline's opponent in the 2006 election, which made Congressman Kline a bit testy.

As with all blogs, review the facts carefully and draw your own conclusions.

Thursday, October 12, 2006

Farm Policy: Another Zero for Kline

[Disclaimer: This post was first published on Coleen Rowley's campaign weblog.]

Via Minnesota Monitor, we learn that the National Farmer's Union (NFU) recently released the results of its 2005-06 congressional voting record survey, and guess where John Kline ranks? Yep, another perfect zero:

Among Minnesota's congressional delegation, Reps. Betty McCollum, Martin Sabo and James Oberstar all received 100% ratings. At the other end of the scale, Reps. John Kline and Mark Kennedy received 0%. Collin Peterson received an 83% rating, Gil Gutknecht 33%, and Jim Ramstad 16%.

In the Senate, Mark Dayton garnered 100% while Norm Coleman received 33%.

This isn't too surprising, considering Kline also received a zero rating from the League of Conservation Voters, the Sierra Club, the Disabled American Veterans, and the National Education Association. No wonder Kline doesn't want to discuss his record.

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