ICYMI: Duncan Receives Awards for Protecting Taxpayers, Businesses, Farmers
ICYMI: Congressman Jeff Duncan (SC-03) recently received several awards by protecting tax-payer dollars, standing with America’s farmers and small businesses, and advocating for a limited federal government:
“Taxpayer’s Friend Award” – National Taxpayers Union (NTU)
“Only lawmakers with a voting record that is the best-of-the-best will earn NTU’s Taxpayers’ Friend Award. Rep. Jeff Duncan has demonstrated a tireless commitment to supporting taxpayers’ interests in Washington, and a dedication to solving the government’s tax-and-spend problems with action rather than just words. Fixing America’s budget problems takes hard work, and Rep. Jeff Duncan has been doing that work every single day.” – Pete Sepp, president of NTU.
“Friend of Farm Bureau” – American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) & South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation
“The American Farm Bureau Federation gives the Friend of Farm Bureau award to members of Congress who have supported Farm Bureau’s positions on policy issues, as demonstrated by their voting records, and who were nominated by their respective state Farm Bureaus and approved by the AFBF Board of Directors. The voting records are based on issues selected by the AFBF Board. Congratulations, and thank you for your support of America’s farmers and ranchers and food security for America’s consumers.” – AFBF.
“Hero of Main Street” – National Retail Federation (NRF)
“Retailers and consumers are feeling good about the state of the U.S. economy, and a big part of that is the result of lawmakers who have made economic growth and job creation a top priority. As a Hero of Main Street, Rep. Jeff Duncan truly understands that the decisions made in Washington have a real impact on local businesses and communities across the country.” – Matthew Shay, president and CEO of NRF.
“Guardian of Small Business Award” – National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB)
Awarded for “small business voting record in the 115th Congress” and “support of small business and free enterprise.” – NFIB.