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April 23, 2014

PRIMARY PROFILES: Judge-Executive

Part 2

WHITLEY CITY —     This week, the McCreary County Record concludes our survey of candidates vying in the May Primary with Part 2 for the McCreary County Judge-Executive race.

    Our coverage of nonpartisan races as well as those with candidates advancing straight into the November General Election will resume this fall.

    Jimmy Waters is a Democrat candidate from Whitley City. He and wife Maxine have two daughters, five grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Waters’ platform includes promoting local tourism, working within the county budget, supporting our ambulance service and law enforcement, reopening the jail and gaining magistrate confidence.

    Greg Burdine of Pine Knot is seeking the Republican nomination. Having joined Pine Knot Funeral Home in 1995, Burdine is active in the community. Currently chairing the McCreary County Development Association and Leadership McCreary County, he is past president of the local Chamber of Commerce and served on boards for the McCreary County Economic and Community Development, USP McCreary, Pine Knot Job Corps, and McCrearyFest/WinterFest.

    Phillip Brian Hill of Smithtown is seeking the Democrat nomination. A truck driver for almost 20 years, Hill ran a budget as an owner/operator for three years before taking his current local job. He has become politically active in the last couple of years, particularly with the jail closing, and serves as a Facebook page administrator for Advance McCreary County. Hill and wife Cristy have four children.

    Douglas (Doug) Stephens is the Republican incumbent from Whitley City. He worked as a biologist with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources for almost 25 years, 16 in the capacity of supervisor for the southeastern Kentucky district. He has also operated his own consulting business, taught part-time at the SCC McCreary Center, served a term on the McCreary County Board of Education and pastors City of Refuge Christian Fellowship.

    Jimmie “Bevo” Greene II of Whitley City is seeking the Republican nomination. Now employed with RTEC, he has worked in manufacturing, construction, retail, trans-portation, and owned several small businesses. A veteran of the U.S. Air Force and deacon at Walkers Chapel Baptist Church, Greene is the son of former Judge-Executive Jimmie W. Greene and the late Kyoko Yamamoto.

    Scottie Morrow is a Democrat candidate from Stearns. He retired after 20 years in the United States Air Force where he was trained as a leader and manager. Morrow holds a Bachelor of Science in Professional Aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, FL.

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