One of the first topics faced by Terrell was to quell rumors that he intends to dismiss all current employees on the county payroll. “The way to get fired by Marc Terrell is to not do your job,” Terrell told the crowd.
Terrell, a loss prevention agent for Liberty Mutual, also told the crowd that he planned to be “a full time Judge Executive” and that he would resign from his present position if he is successful in the fall election. “I’m going to put my career on hold,” he commented, something his opponent can’t do. “He has a full time farming operation,” Terrell said, “there’s no way he can give that up.”
A 1987 graduate of Trigg County High School, the candidate said he had known his opponent in the race since school days and they both had attended Murray State University. “We have agreed there will be no dirty laundry aired during this campaign,” Terrell noted with a smile, “because we both may have some of the same cloth in the closet.”
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