Letter to the Editor: Castlen will do what is right for community

November 3, 2022 | 12:03 am

Updated November 2, 2022 | 10:22 pm

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It is our great honor to write in support of Charlie Castlen for Daviess County Judge-Executive. We have known Charlie in both personal and professional capacities for over 20 years, as well as serving on the board at the Right to Life of Owensboro together. To say Charlie is one of the most honest, selfless, and genuinely caring people we know is an understatement. He has never served in politics for his benefit, but for that of our community. Charlie Castlen is exactly what our community needs in the position of County Judge-Executive and this is evident by his leadership skills, qualifications, and political history.

Charlie is a dedicated and loyal husband and father, is a faithful member of Blessed Mother Catholic Church and selflessly volunteers numerous hours in our community. He has served the community through the Boulware Center Mission, our fire departments, public library, Chamber of Commerce, Knights of Columbus, among others. All of this is in addition to owning his own accounting business and dedicating his time and talents to our community as an elected official since 2010. During his terms as county commissioner, city commissioner, and mayor pro-term, Charlie has proven to be socially and fiscally conservative. He has consistently voted to lower taxes and debt, something that is vital to families during this economic time.

Charlie is an outstanding member of our community who possesses the conservative values needed to serve our community. He has deep roots here and genuinely desires to lead our community to ensure growth for generations to come. Charlie has proven he will always stand up and do what is right for our citizens and our community, even if it is not always the popular choice. He stands up for life, families, and the community he loves. Vote Charlie Castlen for County Judge-Executive!

Written by
Nathan & Amanda Reffitt

November 3, 2022 | 12:03 am

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