State Sen. Tyler Harper (R-Ocilla), Republican candidate for agriculture commissioner, appeared on NewsMax’s National Report this week to talk about how inflation and the possibility of a recession are impacting the state’s largest industry – agriculture.  When food, fuel, and fertilizer costs are three of the areas hit hardest by skyrocketing inflation rates, addressing them becomes a key component in a traditionally little-watched ag commissioner campaign.

Harper, who did not face primary opposition, is running against Democrat Nakita Hemingway, Libertarian David Raudabaugh, and Independent candidate Mollie Beavers in November’s general election to succeed current Commissioner Gary Black, who came in second in the GOP U.S. Senate primary in May.

Hear more from Harper below:




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