Wednesday, September 20, 2000

Doctors' group stays neutral in 6th District's Fletcher-Baesler race

The Associated Press

        LOUISVILLE — The Kentucky Medical Association's political arm took no sides Tuesday in a congressional race featuring a fellow doctor.

        In another race, the group backed Democrat Eleanor Jordan, who is trying to unseat Republican Rep. Anne Northup in the 3rd District.

        The KMA's political action committee stayed neutral in the campaign between Rep. Ernie Fletcher, a physician and Republican first-termer being opposed by Democrat Scotty Baesler, who once held Dr. Fletcher's 6th District seat.

        Mr. Baesler is running to win back the House seat he gave up in 1998 to run for the Senate.


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