From left above, clockwise, State Sen. Wes Climer, State Rep. Tommy Pope, State Rep. Raye Felder, State Rep. John King, State Sen. Harvey Peeler, State Rep. Greg Delleney, State Sen. Mike Fanning, and State Rep. Gary Simrill.
From left above, clockwise, State Sen. Wes Climer, State Rep. Tommy Pope, State Rep. Raye Felder, State Rep. John King, State Sen. Harvey Peeler, State Rep. Greg Delleney, State Sen. Mike Fanning, and State Rep. Gary Simrill.
From left above, clockwise, State Sen. Wes Climer, State Rep. Tommy Pope, State Rep. Raye Felder, State Rep. John King, State Sen. Harvey Peeler, State Rep. Greg Delleney, State Sen. Mike Fanning, and State Rep. Gary Simrill.

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