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All three Adair CJE's have responded with FoL closing Statements

With yesterday's statements from Democrats Joe Rogers (Rogers' Statement) and Mike Stephens (Stephens' Statement) all three candidates for Adair County Judge Executive have posted statements on the Fruit of the Loom plant closing at Jamestown.

Adair CJE Ann Melton was the first to respond. (Melton's Statement).

A statement from senatorial candidate Max Wise should be ready shortly.

Suggestions for other Election 2014 Civil Discourse Conversations will be suggested between now and Primary Election Day, 6am-6pmCT, Tuesday, May 20, 2014.

This story was posted on 2014-04-16 04:29:06
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Ann Melton, candidate or Adair County CJE

2014-04-16 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo CM File Photo.
Ann Melton, above, was preparing her Nov. 6, 1913 filing papers
. She's unopposed in the upcoming May 20, 2014 Republican Primary. CJE Melton was also the first to respond to the CM request for statements on the Fruit of the Loom closing. Readers can now access her statement and those of Joe Rogers and Michael Stephens.

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