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Letters

  • Thanks to the people

     I want to THANK all the people of Shepherdsville that let me put a sign in your yard, those that made a contribution to my campaign and those that voted for me as Mayor of Shepherdsville. Your support means a lot to me.

    I hope you continue to support me in November in the general election! I want to work for you the people that pay to keep our city moving forward.

    Again, thank you. “Gotta Have Faith”

    Faith Portman

  • Getting the facts straight

     In a recent ad in The Pioneer News, paid for by Jimmy Smothers, I was accused of receiving $150,000 from the City of Shepherdsville in return for a $500 piece of property.

    A few months ago, The Pioneer News also ran an article, quoting city council member Dana James and city attorney Joe Wantland, stating I had received $150,000 for a $500 easement. All of these claims are untrue. I challenge anyone to produce a canceled check proving otherwise.

  • Thanks from Roby

     We would like to thank the following for their support to the Roby Elementary PTA Spring Auction:

  • Thanks from Belcher

      THANK YOU to all of the people of Bullitt County who let me put a sign in your yard, who helped me pas out literature, and who voted for me a your State Representative District 49. Your support means so much to me!

  • Vote for Lee

     I would like to say a few words in favor of Daryl Lee for member of Shepherdsville City Council.

  • Vote for Greenwell

         Four years ago our community elected a new Sheriff. With the new administration, came a valuable community youth engagement program called Explorer’s.

  • Vote for Ellis

     On May 20th, the citizens have a very important decision to make for the Mayor of Great City of Shepherdsville! I would ask that you look at the facts and not all the false information some people are saying about Mayor Scott Ellis.

    I had the great honor to work for the City for seven years, before I retired on January 31st, 2014. I remember when our city was in a serious financial situation and the Mayor had to tighten up “the boot straps.” Because of his leadership, this City has now become one of the greatest Cities in the State of Kentucky.

  • Vote for Patchin

     Dan Patchin is running for Bullitt County Jailer and is one of the finest people I know. Having worked as a police officer in this county for over 10 years, I can tell you that Dan is the person we need running the jail. Dan is one of the most honest people I know. His integrity is above reproach and he has proven leadership skills that he demonstrates every day.

    I am especially interested in seeing our jail become the professional organization it needs to be and I know that Dan is the person to get it done. Dan will bring our jail up to the standard we deserve.

  • Vote for Patchin

     Honesty and integrity is very important to me. Dan Patchin is a person who has both and worse very hard to make sure that the rig thing is always done. As a person who is committed to Bullitt County I know that Dan Patchin is the person we need as Bullitt County Jailer.

    Many people talk about their honesty but I can attest that Dan actually has it. I would like to encourage everyone to support and vote for an Patchin for Jailer.

    Myra Minton

    Shepherdsville

  • Vote for Patchin

     I have lived in Bullitt County my entire life and have also worked in this county for a long time. I know that Dan Patchin is the person we need as Bullitt County Jailer. Dan is one of the most professional people I have met and he has done an excellent job in his current position.

    We would all know that by electing Dan he will bring our jail up to the professional standard that we expect from our government. Pleas join me in electing Dan Patchin as our next Bullitt County Jailer.

    Casey Clark

    Mount Washington