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There is a familiar name on the ballot this year in Lexington’s 9th Council District.

Willy Fogle is a candidate for the office of Councilmember for Lexington’s 9th Council District. He seeks to replace Jennifer Mossotti who is not seeking re-election. Fogle effectively served on the Lexington City Council from 1994 through 2003.

“From serving as a Lexington Councilmember to participating as a board member for organizations such as the Board of Health, Lexington Center, Explorium of Lexington, and Bluegrass Area Development District, I have been actively involved in creating positive change in our community for many years. I am proud of my record of exemplary community service and even received the ‘Neighborhood Hero Award’ from the Fayette County Neighborhood Council.”

“Being involved in civic and political issues since the mid-nineties, my experience in local government is unmatched in this important race. My family and I have decided that it is time for me to re-enter the public arena to once again be an independent voice on Lexington’s City Council. I am confident that I can deliver commonsense ideas and sound principles direct from the neighborhoods of the 9th District down to City Hall.”

There is a familiar name on the ballot this year in Lexington’s 9th Council District.

Willy Fogle is a candidate for the office of Councilmember for Lexington’s 9th Council District. He seeks to replace Jennifer Mossotti who is not seeking re-election. Fogle effectively served on the Lexington City Council from 1994 through 2003.

“From serving as a Lexington Councilmember to participating as a board member for organizations such as the Board of Health, Lexington Center, Explorium of Lexington, and Bluegrass Area Development District, I have been actively involved in creating positive change in our community for many years. I am proud of my record of exemplary community service and even received the ‘Neighborhood Hero Award’ from the Fayette County Neighborhood Council.”

“Being actively involved in civic and political issues since the mid-nineties, my experience in local government is unmatched in this important race. My family and I have decided that it is time for me to re-enter the public arena to once again be an independent voice on Lexington’s City Council. I am confident that I can deliver commonsense ideas and sound principles direct from the neighborhoods of the 9th District down to City Hall.”

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Election Day is Tuesday, November 3rd.

The deadline to register online to vote in the 2020 General Election is October 5, 2020, 4:00 p.m. local time.

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Penny McFadden, Treasurer