Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

Opinion

November 6, 2012

ENDORSEMENT LETTERS: Circuit Court Clerk's race

GLASGOW —

Dear Editor,

The Presidential race has most of us concerned about the upcoming election. As I vote, (which I will for change in our highest office), it is because I believe in the person's character and their abilities to accomplish the duties of the specific office. Elections give us the opportunity to reinstate those who have honored us with a job well done or remove those who have not lived up to our expectations.

On a local level, if it's not broken, no need to fix it. As I look at the job Krissie Coe Fields has done as Circuit Court Clerk, I ask myself, “Why would we want to change when she is doing such a great job?”

Thank You,

Dale Smith

Glasgow

 

Fields' office is favorite to visit

Dear Editor,

My Dad is a Senior Judge and he works in a lot of different courthouses. He lets me go with him many times. Some of the Circuit Court Clerks, once they get to know me, have allowed me to help them. I enjoy this because I like to help people. Some of the clerks and deputies have taught me how to do certain jobs that assist them and their customers.

My favorite place to go is the Barren Circuit Clerk’s Office. I have been there many times to help. Krissie Coe Fields and the deputies are very friendly to me and do a great job of helping people. Krissie always works very hard, and several times I have seen her working after the courthouse has closed. I believe that Krissie Coe Fields is the best Circuit Court Clerk that I have ever seen.

Thank You,

Will Hurt

Burkesville

Time for change in circuit clerk’s office

Dear Editor,

It is laughable to see another lifelong politician talk about her “experience” as a reason to keep her in office.

Her kind of experience is exactly why we have runaway government in Washington and Frankfort.

We don't need that kind of experience anymore. It's time to throw ’em all out, starting with Krissie Coe Fields. Vote her out by voting for Jill Bryant.

Judy Buster

Glasgow

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