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The Madison Record

Vote for a proven leader

By Staff
Dear Editor,
On Thursday, June 4, voters will be going to the polls to vote for the candidates of their choice in this year's primary election.
Chuck Yancura, former mayor of Madison, is running for State House of Representatives in District 10. Chuck Yancura is the only candidate with the experience to adequately represent District 10. Chuck served two terms as the mayor of Madison, leading the city through a period of tremendous growth and accomplishments. Voters should expect the candidate that represents their district to "Hit the ground running" and not have to spend valuable time in an "On-the-job" training period.
Chuck Yancura is a proven leader who has both the qualifications and experience to begin serving his constituents as soon as he assumes the duties of his office in Montgomery. Don't forget to go the polls on Tuesday, June 4, and vote for the candidates of your choice. In District 10, Chuck Yancura, a candidate who will use his abilities and experience to get things done in Montgomery will best serve voters.
Joe Trevorrow
Madison, Ala.

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