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Election 2014 (Ad): Joey White, for Adair Co. Jailer

2014-02-04 - Columbia, KY - Photo Campaign photo.

Vote Joey White, Republican Candidate for Adair County Jailer

To the citizens of Adair County-

I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself as a Republican candidate for Adair County Jailer. In 1987, my family made Columbia home when my Dad, Terry White was called to be the minister at Columbia Christian Church. I am one of three children of Terry and Marci White, of Columbia. I have been married to my wife, Elizabeth Burton White for 9 years, she is the daughter of Steve and Jacqueline Burton, also of Columbia. Elizabeth and I have one son, Carter, age 7 and a daughter, Makayla age 2. My family and I attend and serve at the Columbia Christian Church where I am a Deacon and Youth Ministry Team Leader.

In 1994 I graduated from Adair County High School. After high school, I attended the National Hardwood Lumber Association lumber inspection training program. In 1997, I started my career as a local business owner, operating B &W Lumber until 2000 and White Millworks Inc. from 2000-2013. I am currently self-employed as a lumber broker.

I enjoy serving and volunteering in the community, through the county's Little League sports programs, including coaching basketball, football and baseball, as well as being on the Little League Baseball Board. I am also involved in Upward sports, Relay for Life and Lindsey Wilson College football.

As a business owner I have managed up to 20 employees, while budgeting a 1.5 million dollar operation. I have experience with everything from supervision and budgeting to maintenance. I didn't just own my business, I worked along-side my employees to get the job done. My experience in sales has taught me to be a great communicator and negotiator. This knowledge and expertise will allow me to effectively operate your county jail.

I have prided myself on always being an honest, hardworking business man. If elected, I will treat the jail as my own business, always committed and dedicated to my job.

  • I will keep the current staff.

  • Everyone will be treated fairly and equally and with respect.

  • I will always listen to new ideas from you, the members of the community.
I am excited about the opportunity to serve this county as Jailer, if elected. I am asking for your vote and support in the May 20th primary. Please know that I am doing my best to visit and talk with each one of you, however if I do miss you please know that your vote and support is important to me. Thank you for the support that you have already shown. Your kind words and encouragement have meant so much to me and my family.

Thanks to you all-


Paid for by the candidate, Joey White

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