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Shannon Sexton: PAC stand with thousands of progressive voters

PAC is a movement, she says, pushing for economic development for Adair County. 'We have no intentions of sitting on the sidelines, especially when we feel the voters of Adair County have been disenfranchised.', she says.
Comments re article 83247 Doug Peterson comments on Sunday Sales

By Shannon Sexton
Personal commentary

Mr. Peterson,

Contrary to your continuous assumptions about me and the thousands of voters that stand for progress - I see the point(s) quite clearly. You and I simply have different ones.

I represent PAC. We have always been and continue to be an economic movement. We will continue to push for the economic advancement of Adair Co. We support Sunday sales because of the potential economic benefit to the city and county respectfully and will continue to do so until someone can give us a logical economic reason why we should not. We've yet to find one ourselves. We have no intentions of sitting on the sidelines, especially when we feel the voters of Adair County have been disenfranchised.

In addition, PAC will not vanish into obscurity once the first beverage is sold. We will continue to actively work to bring progress and growth to Adair County for years to come - on multiple fronts. I'm sure you and I will differ on many subjects in the future. I look forward to it.


- Shannon Sexton - PAC Chair

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