Sen. Tracy Picked by Trump to Lead U.S. Agriculture Office

Republican state Sen. Jim Tracy has been appointed by President Donald Trump to serve as state director of the USDA’s Rural Development office. Tracy has since resigned from his current position serving the 14th senatorial district, which includes Bedford, Lincoln, Marshall, Moore, and parts of Rutherford Counties. Tracy joins a growing list of state legislators who are either seeking another state political office, retiring, seeking a federal position, or have already resigned.

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