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PAC chair pleased by Judge Vance ruling in wet/dry election case

Note: We do not have a copy of Judge Judy Vance's ruling yet, but CJE Mike Stephens said that Judge Vance had thrown out a lawsuit challenging the validity of the March 5, 2016 Adair County local option election. Judge Stephens' said the action came this afternoon in Adair Circuit Court.

By Shannon Sexton, CHair PAC

On behalf of Progress in Adair County (PAC), we are pleased with the ruling passed down by Judge Vance this evening. We've always been confident in our efforts to end prohibition in Adair County and we had total confidence in the petition and election process.

The people of Adair County spoke loud and clear on Election Day - todays ruling simply turned up the volume and removed any uncertainty. We will continue to do what we've always done - push for progress. It's happening all around us already. We are proud to be a part of it and excited to see what the future holds. - Shannon Sexton Shannon Sexton - PAC Chair



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Lake City Hall signals a bit confusing; but quite clear from Court



2016-07-15 - Intersection Campbellsville & Reed Streets, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com (c).
There were mixed signals reflected in Lake City Hall last night, Thursday, July 14, 2016, when this photo was taken. But across the intersection, from the Adair Judicial Center, the message came loud and clear from Adair County Circuit Judge Judy Vance: The March 5, 2016 Wet-Dry Election stands. A suit challenging the wet vote was thrown out. - EW

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