I got to know my Commonwealth’s Attorney, A.J. Dudley, during my time as a law enforcement officer in Franklin County. Dudley has earned my support for re-election.

Whether I was working on patrol in a marked car, or plain-clothed as an investigator in the narcotics division, I could always contact A.J. to discuss a situation. A.J. didn’t seem to really have “normal working hours,” because I could call him anytime and he would respond. It didn’t matter if it was 3 a.m., A.J. was there for me, and I know the same to be true for other officers.

-For more information, see the Oct. 30 edition of the Smith Mountain Eagle-

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