Senator Grisanti Named To “Circle Of Friends” For Third Straight Year By New York Farm Bureau

Mark Grisanti

October 7, 2013

The New York Farm Bureau announced today that Senator Grisanti (R,I) was named to the “Circle of Friends” for the third straight year by the New York Farm Bureau.

“It is an honor to be included into the Circle of Friends for New York State Farm Bureau.  Every year since being elected I have had the pleasure of being recognized with this award.  I want to thank the Farm Bureau for honoring me, and also for their tireless advocacy for agricultural issues throughout New York.   I look forward to continuing to work with Farm Bureau to help solve the economic and public policy issues facing their members,” said Senator Grisanti.

The award is an indication of the individual lawmaker’s support of New York agriculture and the Farm Bureau.

The “Circle of Friends” honor is based upon each legislator’s voting record on issues of agricultural importance as well as other evidence of legislative support, including sponsorship of bills that New York Farm Bureau has either supported or opposed during the most recent legislative session.

“The selected lawmakers from both the Assembly and Senate were chosen for their commitment to the hard working farm families in New York. Each friend has demonstrated that they understand the importance of agriculture to the people of their legislative district, and how farming significantly impacts the economy of this great state,” said Dean Norton, President of New York Farm Bureau.

Senator Grisanti has received the honor every year since he has been in office.