Dr. Chuck Dietzen, Announces Rural Vitality Plan on National Ag Day

Mar 24 | News

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Zionsville, IN – Rural farms are more important to our economy than ever before. With a new focus on supply chains and food security, Hoosier farms are central to supplying America. Today on National Ag Day, Dr. Chuck Dietzen, Republican for Congress, is releasing his Rural Vitality Plan. This plan shows his experience, priorities and his support for Hoosier farmers.

As an entrepreneur with a degree in agriculture, Dr. Chucks knows farming is central to Indiana’s economy, contributing over $31 billion to the state. It is important that Indiana’s farming industry is well represented in Washington. As a Distinguished Alum from the Purdue University College of Agriculture, Dr. Chuck Dietzen is uniquely qualified to represent rural farm communities in Indiana. Dr. Chuck spent his youth working on Indiana farms and as a businessman, he understands the issues producers face, and their importance to our economic recovery.

“I spent my first days on the campaign with farmers in the 5th district,” said Dietzen. “I listened to their concerns and discussed what they need in a representative in Washington. Today, I’m pleased to share this plan to support and represent them in some of their biggest challenges.”

Included in Dr. Chuck’s Rural Vitality Plan is improved healthcare for rural farming communities and working to create a stronger rural economy through legislation that helps cut burdensome regulations, improves infrastructure and provides tax relief. Dr. Chuck believes in open markets for Indiana agriculture and wants to help Hoosier farmers by eliminating barriers to agricultural trade.

Growing up as a rural Hoosier in Kokomo, Dr. Chuck loves the people and communities that make Indiana home and the heartland of our great nation. Please connect with Dr. Chuck for Congress to set up a phone meeting with Dr. Chuck or to make inquiries regarding Dr. Chuck’s Rural Vitality Plan.


Read Dr. Chuck’s Rural Vitality Plan here.

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