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for Carolina Country Vol. 16 Issue 4, Apr 1984
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An amendment has been proposed to establish the North Carolina Agricultural Financing Agency, which would issue revenue bonds to finance capital growth in agriculture. The measure would give farmers a tax-exempt financing source for improvements in production, processing, marketing and distribution of any farm products. More efficient and productive farms would ultimately translate into more economical food prices for the consumer.
In this article, the 1984 candidates for the United States Senate and the United States House of Representative discuss their views on a proposal for shoring up the rural electric program’s financing mechanism. They also discuss their priorities for services to rural areas in North Carolina.
Voting for the primary elections begin May 8, 1984, and there are fifty-three candidates seeking nominations for fourteen major posts. This special primary election section presents brief biological profiles of the candidates for United States Senate, United States House of Representatives, North Carolina Governor and Lieutenant Governor.