Senator-Elect Ted Budd Thanks the People of North Carolina | Eastern North Carolina Now | Ted Takes the Biden-Beasley-Agenda-Crusher to Victory Lane and Now Heads to the Upper Chamber

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    Advance, NC     US Senator-Elect Ted Budd's first priority after being elected to the US Senate? He wanted to go out and thank the people of North Carolina so that's what he did. While maybe no one is going to say they thought they heard shades of Churchillian eloquence or Ronald Reagan wit, the people of North Carolina heard their next US Senator say thank you for the honor of representing working families across the state. Let's be honest, nothing about this campaign was flashy, so if it ain't broke, why fix it?

    "Thank you to the people of North Carolina," said Ted Budd. "Amy Kate and I are humbled and honored you have selected me to serve you as North Carolina's next US Senator. Campaigning in all 100 counties across our state, I've seen first-hand folks suffering under Joe Biden's economic policies that are crushing family budgets. Biden and his allies want more FROM you and I want more FOR you. With their votes today, the people of North Carolina have sent a clear signal that the Biden agenda is wrong for America. It's time to start creating jobs again instead of destroying jobs and I'm ready to fight for that in the US Senate."

    What's next you might ask? We kicked off the campaign with a monster truck named the Liberal Agenda Crusher. On primary night, we renamed the rig the Biden-Beasley-Agenda-Crusher. Now Ted will be heading to the US Senate in the Biden-Agenda-Crusher. Stay tuned for updates about Senator-Elect Ted Budd's Transition Crew in the coming days.

   Contact: Samantha Cotten
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