Greg Stumbo, a candidate for Kentucky Attorney General, spent the afternoon of Monday, May 13th, to stop in and meet with the voters of Madison County before speaking at a monthly gathering of the Madison County Democratic Executive Committee, a group that organizes democratic voters in the area and hosts community events.
Stumbo stopped by Vintage 18, a restaurant in Richmond, to say hello to diners and meet with supporters. He spoke with people about what was on their minds in this upcoming election, and to offer his vision for the office of the Attorney General. His last stop of the evening was at the monthly Madison County Democratic meeting, where he spoke to a great crowd of enthusiastic voters who are ready for November.
“When I was Attorney General, I brought the office to the people of Kentucky by opening field offices in Benton, Louisville, Prestonsburg and Maysville. I wanted to make sure we were accessible to everyone in the Commonwealth, so folks didn’t have to drive all the way to Frankfort to be heard. I also established the Kentucky Bureau of Investigation, a unit that brought investigative staff together to make their work efficient and coordinated. We confiscated more illegal drugs than all the other state and federal drug investigative organizations combined. I want to bring that kind of efficiency and openness back to Frankfort.” Greg told the crowd in Richmond.