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Judge-elect Judy Vance, on the way to another interview



2012-11-07 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Judge-elect Judy Vance was the most sought-after interview, post vote count at the Adair County Annex, after the very large vote she received in Adair County, to win the 29th Judicial District Circuit Court Judgeship by a vote of 6,657 to 5,803 combined votes in Adair and Casey Counties. Wright carried his home Casey County by 1,178 votes. Vance won in Adair County by 2,032. Above, after an interview for the Community Voice newspaper, she was on her way to radio interview in the County Judge Executive's office. (Related photo, before votes all in:The Winners: Judge-elect Vance Command Post)
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