"She's not a Democrat and she's not a good candidate," Greene County Democratic Chair Craig Hosmer tells the KY3 Political Notebook. "I know she's had problems with her own personal finances so that certainly raises questions about how she'd be able to handle this job. I don't think she's qualified for the job."
The public administrator serves as a government guardian for the elderly and mentally disabled who cannot take care of themselves. But in the Democratic primary in Greene County, the question is if Carol Wilson can overcome her own checkered past, to be elected again.
That's because she was elected as Carol Gross (she's remarried since) back in the year 2000 as a Republican. But she was unable to her bond approved by a Greene County judge because of previous financial problems. Her primary opponent Laura Fabro won't comment on the controversy surround Wilson. But Wilson spoke to KY3 News at attempt at clearing her name and setting the record straight.
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There are four Republican primary contenders for Public Administrator.
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