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Shannon Sexton shares Sen. Girdler's letter 22 Mar 2016 issue

Shannon writes:
Shannon Sexton
Personal Commentary

Commonwealth of Kentucky State Senator Chris Girdler was kind enough to email his thoughts on our upcoming wet/dry election. I wanted to share his comment with everyone.
"I commend Progress Adair County for their efforts to bring about change for their community. I'm reminded of the quote from President John F. Kennedy, 'Change is the law of life. And those who look only at the past or present are certain to miss the future.' While this a decision for the people of Adair County to make, I can say without a moment's hesitation that, if approved and as evidenced by other communities, over time it will help enhance economic development efforts, improve tourism, create jobs, increase tax revenue as well as boost the overall economy and opportunities of the region" - KY STATE SENATOR CHRIS GIRDLER, (R) District 15 - Boyle Lincoln Pulaski.
Thanks, - Shannon Sexton - PAC Chair

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