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WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The 2000 presidential election promises to be the closest race for commander-in-chief since John F. Kennedy edged out Richard M. Nixon for the job in 1960. But it's fair to say that if the general electorate thought more like food industry leaders, Texas Gov. George W. Bush would be the next Oval Office occupant. No contest.No, it's not as if executives with the nation's leading

WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The 2000 presidential election promises to be the closest race for commander-in-chief since John F. Kennedy edged out Richard M. Nixon for the job in 1960. But it's fair to say that if the general electorate thought more like food industry leaders, Texas Gov. George W. Bush would be the next Oval Office occupant. No contest.

No, it's not as if executives with the nation's leading food advocacy groups embrace every one of Bush's positions, or even are aware of all h

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