Greer said she's confident the voters of Barren County will remember what she's done for the community when they go to the polls next month.
"I think the people have found out in Barren County what I have stood for and what I have done for Barren County in the last four years and I feel confident that uh, they'll remember these things when it comes time to go vote," Greer said.
One of Greer's opponents, Steward said he hopes voters see the current Judge Executive's lack of responsibility concerning many issues during her time in office. Steward also said one of the areas he's concerned about is the lack of jobs coming to the county.
According to Steward, when you have a net of 77 jobs in four years, it's bad. "Our economy in Barren County is stagnant at best and I'm trying to give is as high a rating as I can."
The third candidate for Barren County Judge Executive, Abner said he wants voters to know he would like to make the library more accessible to the entire county.
"I would really like to spread the library in Glasgow, Ky., out. Put it all around the county, or have a county wide library," Abner said.
On Oct. 14, 2006, we'll take a closer look at some of the issues being discussed concerning the Barren County Judge-Executive race.