Dan Forest Promises To Work To Rejuvenate the NC Commercial Fishing Industry | Beaufort County Now | Every resident of Eastern North Carolina, as well as those of other areas that like fresh seafood, should pay attention to this story. | beaufort observer, rant & rave, dan forest, commercial fishing, commercial fishing industry, september 30, 2020

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Dan Forest Promises To Work To Rejuvenate the NC Commercial Fishing Industry

    FirstInFreedomDaily.com is reporting:

  • Lieutenant Governor and 2020 Republican candidate for governor Dan Forest is from the Charlotte area. While most voters in Eastern North Carolina seem to love Forest's common sense conservative bona fides, it's natural that some would still be curious about where he stands on some of the most important issues unique to their communities.
  • That's especially the case when it comes to commercial fishing; to the communities in coastal Carolina where fishing is a living, not just a weekend hobby; and, where deep-pocketed special interests and environmentalists have been trying for decades to snuff out a fishing industry in North Carolina that represents a way of life, a heritage, and a paycheck.
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    Every resident of Eastern North Carolina, as well as those of other areas that like fresh seafood, should pay attention to this story. Finally, it appears that some political clout is lining up to resurrect the commercial fishing industry in Eastern North Carolina. It's about time. The industry has suffered from politics for decades and is now on the skids. Candidate Dan Forest is promising to turn that around.


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