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How you can help: Join in prayer

How you can help: Join in prayer

President Trump called for a National Day of Prayer this past Sunday, March 15, to ask God for help through the pandemic of the Corona Virus. This is a beautiful prayer guide published by "My Faith Votes." Stay well everyone! COVID-19-Pandemic-Prayer-Guide  

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Everywhere I go

Everywhere I go

When you are campaigning, all of a sudden you are not anonymous. People you don't even know call your name. Do they know me? Or are they just reading my car sign? No wait. I have my name tag on. You need to be able to laugh at yourself. Being in the public eye means...

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It’s our right

It’s our right

As I  travel around the district, the top issue is the 2nd Amendment, hands down. Concerned citizens worry that the government will not only restrict their rights to purchase guns and ammunition, but that their guns will be confiscated. This appears to be "the red...

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News-Herald highlights Howard experience

News-Herald highlights Howard experience

Here is evidence that it pays to file early. All four Republican candidates were featured this week in the Owen County News-Herald , in the order of their filing date. My photo, bio and quotes appeared on the front page, while everyone else was buried on the back....

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And the crowd cheers

And the crowd cheers

There is a wide ranging movement across the Commonwealth to speak up for the 2nd Amendment. From rallies in Frankfort to Resolutions passed in Anderson and Gallatin, citizens are rising up, making their voices heard. We understand our protections in the Bill of Rights...

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Where the heart is

Where the heart is

Traveling around the 1,000-square miles of District 7 I am amazed at the history, the bounty and the beauty of our rural countryside. Farmers, past and present, love working their land, raising cattle, corn, hemp and many specialty products. All this while working...

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Is This The Real Mayberry?

Is This The Real Mayberry?

The floats, fire trucks and marching band were all in place. Now time to take off, leaving to make a big circle through town, past the Courthouse where everyone would be waiting. The kids were piled in the back of the '49 Ford pickup, my husband, Bill,...

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I love this County!

I love this County!

Driving north up Highway 127 at the break of day unveiled the beauty of central Kentucky. Yes, people were dashing to and fro on their way to work but as soon as I entered the open land north of Frankfort there was a sense of expectation as a new day opened. Starting...

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AND THE RACE IS ON

AND THE RACE IS ON

Pouring rain as we entered the Kentucky State Capitol but that didn't deter my die-hard supporters from joining me as I took the oath in the Secretary of State's office. Papers signed and notarized, witnesses sworn in and the campaign is on record. We are on the right...

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The fight for life continues

The fight for life continues

The 40 Days of Life vigil around the world was coming to an end but for prayer warriors their battle continues. I met many today who have been praying in front of the EMW Women's Surgical Center -- aka Louisville's abortion mill -- for decades. Every morning. Without...

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