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(Ad) Election 2014: Michael Lee Stephens - It's time for a Change -II



2014-05-04 - Columbia, KY - Photo Political Advertising Paid for by the Candidate.
Hi. I am Mike Stephens and I'm running for Adair County Judge Executive.

My campaign has hinged on one thing: CHANGE!

The Change I am referring to will revolve around proven and practical methods of business for managing and spending your tax dollars. My focus will be atually pursuing new sources of revenue from increased industry and jobs, while at the same time streamlining our ccurrent tax revenue to maximize the benefits for our citizens. This means I will not support any increase in current taxpayer burdens

LET ME BE CLEAR - I'm not running or purposing to Change or Cut anybody's job - The job I'm interested in Changing is the County Judge Executive.

It's time for a Change in the office

If you like the past 7 1/2 years, you have a candidate. You will get more of the same.

But if you want CHANGE, you will vote for Mike Stephens, a long time businessman with years of business experience in Adair County.

If you agree with me, that it's time for a CHANGE, allow me to bring that long overdue CHANGE to Adair County, starting at the top, with a CHANGE in leadership, for a brighter future, for more jobs, for more efficient, effective, county government, then .

Vote for Mike Stephens, Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Paid for by the candidate, Michael Lee Stephens

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