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Joshua Branscum appointed to State Board of Elections

New appointee works for Branscum Construction in Business Development
FRANKFORT, KY (Fri 23 Oct 2015) Governor Steve Beshear has appointed Joshua Givens Branscum as a member of the State Board of Elections, representing the Republican Party. Joshua Givens Branscum, of Russell Springs, works in business development for Branscum Construction. The appointment replaces David Martin Cross, whose term has expired. Branscum shall serve for a term expiring Sept. 15, 2018.




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