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(Ad) Keep a Proven Leader, Re-Elect Sammy Baker Magistrate Adair Co. District 3

2018-05-15 - Left, Adair Fiscal Court; right, Highway 55 S Road at Glens Fork Creek Bridge, between Columbia and Glens Fork, KY - Photo Left, file photo CM, used by permission; right, CM Ad Photo.

Keep a Proven Leader in office
Re-elect Magistrate SAMMY BAKER, Adair County District 3

Comprised of the South Columbia-Harmony and Glensfork-Melson Ridge precincts
  • A Proven Leader - On Big or Small problems I've been able see results. The bridge above replaced perhaps a narrow, dangerous one over Glens Fork Creek. It was built by the State - not the county - but it happened only after years of working together, across party lines. I appreciate the many times I heard people call it the "Sammy Baker Bridge," and appreciate the thought. The important thing is that, together, we got the bridge after decades - more than a half a century - since the problems were first recognized.
  • An Experienced Leader - The mechanism of government - knowing how things get done in our American Democracy, has been a passion of mine since school years, while teaching Ag and working with Future Farmers at Adair County High School, and in a lifetime of learning. I am grateful for the continuing classroom and on the job training I have gotten with 11 years experience in County Government and the opportunity to continue a lifetime of learning how to get things done.
  • A Leader Who Works Across Party Lines - To Get Things Done for District 3 and all of Adair County, I have been dedicated to working across party lines, whether with Republican or Democratic County Judge Executives or with majorities of either party in Fiscal Court, and will continue in that tradition, for the good of all Adair Countians, regardless of how long they have lived here.
On Election Day, Tuesday, May 22, 2018, I ask you to vote for and support
SAMMY BAKER, and continue the progress we are making in District 3 and in
Adair County.

Thank You.


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