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Shannon Sexton: Another Wow! factor

By Shannon Sexton, Chair, PAC
Personal commentary

Bootleggers want Adair Co. to go wet? That's today's "spin" on things? I find it entertaining but far from truth unless of course they apply for Legal license and open a Legal store.

See, the truth is - when PAC first began circulating the petition, I was sent a message from a known bootlegger. Change from Wet to Moist and they'd guarantee us the win. My response: No dice.


Everybody loves to be a winner, but I wouldn't sell out the people of Adair Co. to do so. Moist is not what's best economically for us and I don't cut back alley deals in business or in life. I promised the people of Adair Co. that we would all benefit (city and county) and we'd bring it to ballot. I've upheld that promise and done so with the best interest of Adair County always at the forefront and without "dirty money."

You want a WOW factor? Here is its: You have the right and the opportunity to go to the polls on March 22 and Vote "Yes" or Vote "No" for Legal alcohol sales in Adair County. This is your election and it will be your choice. You didn't have it made for you by some special interest group or watered down by a back alley deal. I am one of you. I didn't sell you out. I along with other members of PAC, stood up for you and will continue to do so and encourage you to stand with us and go to the polls on March 22. Shannon Sexton - PAC Chair

Comments re article 81785 Question this morning Do legal sales folks need another Wow


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