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Michael Scott

Kim Humphrey: more of the same

 
Taking a stand starts here.
 

December 5, 2013

Suzanne Miles is a breath of fresh air; Kim Humphrey is just more of the same.

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Ahead of the December 10th special election for State Representative, liberal special interests are dumping negative, misleading ads into Daviess, Henderson, and Union Counties. Liberal Kim Humphrey chooses to stand by as her allies relentlessly and shamelessly attack Suzanne Miles, the Republican candidate.

Why hasn’t Kim Humphrey denounced the misleading ads? Perhaps Kim Humphrey is content to let her friends launch negative, misleading attacks, because she doesn’t want to face her own record. Humphrey would have to explain why she thinks implementing ObamaCare in Kentucky is “the right move,” and she would have to address why she wasn’t endorsed as the candidate who understands how to create jobs and grow our economy.

Suzanne Miles isn’t a politician. She’s a businessperson and an active member of her community.

Suzanne Miles is the only candidate to have been endorsed by the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce PAC and the Kentucky Right To Life Association PAC. In its endorsement, the Kentucky Chamber PAC cited Miles’ “understanding of the issues that enable job growth and economic development” and her “support of public education.”

Suzanne Miles is a breath of fresh air; Kim Humphrey is just more of the same.

[Suzanne Miles'] support of public education, commonsense civil liability reforms and pro-growth economic development policies like right-to-work make her the pro-business candidate for the seventh legislative district. Kentucky Chamber of Commerce PAC

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