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JD Vance, ‘Hillbilly Elegy’ Author, Exits Board After Tweets on Voting, Fox

JD Vance Photographer: Drew Angerer/Getty Images

By Deena Shanker


JD Vance, the author of the best-selling “Hillbilly Elegy,” has exited the board of directors of AppHarvest, according to an emailed statement from the $1.6 billion indoor agriculture company.

The newly public Kentucky firm announced Vance’s departure in response to a Bloomberg News inquiry about some of Vance’s recent statements. On Twitter, he’d written that taxes should be raised on businesses that oppose a new spate of state-level voting restrictions.

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