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AG race: Colonel Pam Stevenson releases new ad

The first ad from Colonel Pam Stevenson in the race for AG.

Via press release from the Stevenson campaign

Today, Colonel Pamela Stevenson released her first TV ad: “Faith, Country, Kentucky.” The ad highlights Colonel Stevenson’s 27 years of service in the United States Air Force as a JAG attorney and her nearly 40 years of law practice.

Colonel Pamela Stevenson was born and raised in Louisville, growing up in her grandfather’s church where she is now an ordained minister; she is Kentucky’s daughter.

This ad release comes off an impressive fundraising report where Colonel Stevenson out-raised her opponent, putting up well over $150,000 raised for the 30 day pre-election report.

“Everywhere Colonel Stevenson goes in Kentucky, Democrats, Republicans and Independents coalesce around her message of Faith, Country, Kentucky,” said campaign manager Ashley Wolsefer. “In addition to putting up strong fundraising numbers, Colonel Stevenson is surging in the polls and this new ad will put her in the Attorney General’s office.”

About Colonel Pam Stevenson

Colonel Pam Stevenson is a 27-year Air Force Veteran and JAG officer, retiring with the rank of Colonel. She is a current Kentucky State Representative, a 39-year practicing attorney, a law professor, and an ordained minister in the church her grandfather founded in Louisville’s West End. She has been married to her husband Thomas for 41 years, and has two children. Visit PamForAG.com for more information.

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