Council hopefuls share similar views



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A common bond: Kent Fisk (from left) Debbie Bledsoe, Earl Smith and Marc Huber, candidates for Hancock County Council, share a laugh after a debate Monday night at Hancock County Public Library.


GREENFIELD — All four newcomers vying for the open at-large seats on the Hancock County Council promise to be conservative in spending and transparent to the public.

In the final local debate before the Nov. 6 election, Republicans Kent Fisk, Marc Huber and Debbie Bledsoe and Democrat Earl Smith agreed on nearly every issue before a crowd of about 30 at the Hancock Public Library.

Voters will choose three candidates as at-large representatives on the council for the next four years. The seats are being vacated by Republicans Rosalie Richardson, Brian Kirkwood and Joe Skvarenina.

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