Candidates make stops in Harlan Co.


Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise A large crowd gathered Thursday at the Dairy Queen, in Baxter, to “meet and greet” with Democratic candidate for Secretary of State for Kentucky Alison Lundergan Grimes. During her visit she said, “We are excited to be on a road to re-election across Kentucky seeing friends and family who have been so supportive of the great record of success and foundation we have built over four years in the Secretary of State’s office. We have broken down barriers to the ballot box making sure all eligible Kentuckians have access to polls on election day to making sure we are growing our economy and helping cut the red tape so that our small businesses can succeed. It is no small feat that we have passed more bipartisan pieces of legislation, over 10 pieces of legislation, than any other constitutional officer…I want to continue to build on that foundation and with the help from the people from all across the state, especially right here in Harlan County, hopefully we will have another term to deliver for Kentucky.”


Photo submitted Commissioner of Agriculture candidate Ryan Quarles, a Republican state representative from Georgetown, visited Harlan County recently. Quarles made a stop at Dairy Queen to visit with Harlan County residents. He is pictured speaking with Leann Clem and Jeannie Clem, of Putney.


Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise

A large crowd gathered Thursday at the Dairy Queen, in Baxter, to “meet and greet” with Democratic candidate for Secretary of State for Kentucky Alison Lundergan Grimes. During her visit she said, “We are excited to be on a road to re-election across Kentucky seeing friends and family who have been so supportive of the great record of success and foundation we have built over four years in the Secretary of State’s office. We have broken down barriers to the ballot box making sure all eligible Kentuckians have access to polls on election day to making sure we are growing our economy and helping cut the red tape so that our small businesses can succeed. It is no small feat that we have passed more bipartisan pieces of legislation, over 10 pieces of legislation, than any other constitutional officer…I want to continue to build on that foundation and with the help from the people from all across the state, especially right here in Harlan County, hopefully we will have another term to deliver for Kentucky.”

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Commissioner of Agriculture candidate Ryan Quarles, a Republican state representative from Georgetown, visited Harlan County recently. Quarles made a stop at Dairy Queen to visit with Harlan County residents. He is pictured speaking with Leann Clem and Jeannie Clem, of Putney.

Nola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise A large crowd gathered Thursday at the Dairy Queen, in Baxter, to “meet and greet” with Democratic candidate for Secretary of State for Kentucky Alison Lundergan Grimes. During her visit she said, “We are excited to be on a road to re-election across Kentucky seeing friends and family who have been so supportive of the great record of success and foundation we have built over four years in the Secretary of State’s office. We have broken down barriers to the ballot box making sure all eligible Kentuckians have access to polls on election day to making sure we are growing our economy and helping cut the red tape so that our small businesses can succeed. It is no small feat that we have passed more bipartisan pieces of legislation, over 10 pieces of legislation, than any other constitutional officer…I want to continue to build on that foundation and with the help from the people from all across the state, especially right here in Harlan County, hopefully we will have another term to deliver for Kentucky.”
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Allison-new.jpgNola Sizemore|Daily Enterprise A large crowd gathered Thursday at the Dairy Queen, in Baxter, to “meet and greet” with Democratic candidate for Secretary of State for Kentucky Alison Lundergan Grimes. During her visit she said, “We are excited to be on a road to re-election across Kentucky seeing friends and family who have been so supportive of the great record of success and foundation we have built over four years in the Secretary of State’s office. We have broken down barriers to the ballot box making sure all eligible Kentuckians have access to polls on election day to making sure we are growing our economy and helping cut the red tape so that our small businesses can succeed. It is no small feat that we have passed more bipartisan pieces of legislation, over 10 pieces of legislation, than any other constitutional officer…I want to continue to build on that foundation and with the help from the people from all across the state, especially right here in Harlan County, hopefully we will have another term to deliver for Kentucky.”

Photo submitted Commissioner of Agriculture candidate Ryan Quarles, a Republican state representative from Georgetown, visited Harlan County recently. Quarles made a stop at Dairy Queen to visit with Harlan County residents. He is pictured speaking with Leann Clem and Jeannie Clem, of Putney.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Quarles.jpgPhoto submitted Commissioner of Agriculture candidate Ryan Quarles, a Republican state representative from Georgetown, visited Harlan County recently. Quarles made a stop at Dairy Queen to visit with Harlan County residents. He is pictured speaking with Leann Clem and Jeannie Clem, of Putney.
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