Barr's Final Push For Votes On Election Eve

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Updated: 11/05/2012 6:08 pm
Congressional candidate Andy Barr criss-crossed the 6th district during the final day of his "Re-Energize Kentucky" bus tour.
The day started in Winchester, continued through Richmond for lunch, and included door-to-door campaigning in Estill, Woodford, Scott, and Fayette Counties.
Barr said coal mining, which has dominated the campaign commercials, is crucial for our local economy.
He says that even though there are very few coal mines in the 6th district, our economy depends on coal jobs.
Barr says the people deserve better than a congressman who fighting against the interest of Kentucky and enabling what he calls "President Obama's war on coal".
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