Watertown - The number two Republican in the House of Representatives visited Watertown Monday, part of a campaign appearance for GOP Congressional candidate Matt Doheny.
The visit saw Eric Cantor questioned on the state of the Farm Bill following a tour of Knowlton Technologies. The bill expired last week after the House failed to take a vote on a new version of the bill. Cantor said the bill never came up for a vote because the votes are not there to pass it. He added that a different version will be needed and that action will be likely to come during the post election session later this year. The Senate passed a Farm Bill and the House version made it out of a bipartisan committee.