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ABA Joins North Carolina Bankers Association in Releasing New Ad Urging Congressman Ted Budd to Continue Fighting for Family Farms

WASHINGTON —

The American Bankers Association today joined the North Carolina Bankers Association in releasing a new ad encouraging Congressman Ted Budd (R-N.C.) to continue his advocacy on behalf of North Carolina’s farmers.

“Congressman Budd has fought to ensure that farmers can access the credit they need to continue their essential work,” said ABA President and CEO Rob Nichols. “We’re grateful for his efforts to help family farms in North Carolina and across the country.”

“We're happy to join ABA in applauding Congressman Budd’s dedicated efforts on behalf of North Carolina’s family farmers,” said North Carolina Bankers Association President and CEO Peter Gwaltney. “He knows firsthand how important farms are to our economy and is working hard to help them remain strong for the next generation.”

The ad will begin airing in North Carolina as soon as today. Visit the ABA website to view the ad.

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