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Senatorial candidate Max Wise consults with Dr. Phil

2013-10-05 - 290 Fire Station Lane, Breeding KY - Photo by Ed Waggeneer. Chili Supper great place for Candidates
- Serious candidates find Breeding Area Fire Department Affairs must-attend events. Max Wise, an announced candidate for the 16th KY Senatorial District, came early and talked with all. Above, he was getting some pointers on Adair County politics and people from Dr. Phil Aaron, who was Adair County Party Chairman a few decades ago. At the moment, Wise's opposition includes incumbent - since redistricting - Senator Sarah Beth Gregory of Monticello. Wise is assistant professor of political science at Campbellsville University. The counties in the new 16th Senatorial District include Adair, Taylor, Russell, Wayne, Clinton, and Cumberland Counties. - Ed Waggener

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