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Tiffany Hadley Kessler on the job as Comer Field Representative

Adair Countian honored with major post on Rep. James Comer's Staff

By Ed Waggener

Before First District Representative James Comer took the oath of office last night, Tuesday, November 15, 2016, Columbia's Tiffany Hadley Kessler was officially at work as his Field Representative.

The veteran Republican party stalwart is officially the Eastern Field Representative, serving 11 of the First District's 35 Counties. She will be primarily serving Adair, Allen, Casey, Clinton, Cumberland, Marion, Metcalfe, Monroe Russell, Taylor Counties, and the Pottsville precinct in Washington County. The later counts as a precinct, she said.


Kessler will be the only Field Representative serving during Rep. Comer's short term, filling the unexpired term left by the resignation of Representative Ed Whitfield.

A lot of her work, she said, will be casework, helping citizens with social security problems, helping Veterans, and other constituent needs. She'll assist in the coordination with Rep. Comer's Washington, DC, office, and will coordinate his visits when he returns to his district - which will be often, Kessler says.

She and husband Eddie Kessler, who is also a committed Republican Party member and is a ready source of political statistics, trivia, and history facts, reside in Columbia with their son, Kasey Blue Kessler.



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Tiffany Kessler is new 1st District Field Representative



2016-11-16 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo ColumbiaMagazine.com (C).
Tiffany Kessler is officially the Eastern Field Representative for Kentucky's First District Congressman James Comer and will be serving 11 of the First District's 35 Counties. She will be primarily serving Adair, Allen, Casey, Clinton, Cumberland, Marion, Metcalfe, Monroe Russell, Taylor Counties, and the Pottsville precinct in Washington County. For now, she's the only Field Representative and will be helping constituents in all the District's 35 Counties, which extends from Monkey's Eyebrow, which can be accessed by land only by going through Tennessee, to Marion County and Washington County on the east. But when Congressman Comer enters his second term, January 2017, she will be able to concentrate on the 11 counties. Above, she was photographed at a town hall meeting for Senator Rand Paul. - EW

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