Sunday, June 13, 2010
Libertarian Candidate for Ag Commissioner Kevin Cherry gets interviewed by the Douglas County Sentinel
Earned Media Time Folks.
Libertarian Keven Cherry got a nifty interview with reporter Winston Jones of the Douglas County Sentinel that really lays out some of the most important issues Kevin is running on.
Here's a snippet:
Cherry called for a “change in the culture” in agriculture, with food safety inspectors being licensed through private associations.
“We need more research in green energy and organic crops,” he said. “That’s the wave of the future and we need to get into it.”
Cherry also wants to “get rid of unneeded programs and regulations” which he said have built up during Irvin’s 41 years on the job.
To read the rest of the article head on over to the Douglas County Sentinel and be sure to leave a comment or two. And then head over to Kevin's FaceBook page and help the man out!
Posted by Shane Bruce at 9:58 AM