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Tue November 2, 2010
Henley stands his ground
By Rebecca Feldhaus
Murray, KY – Five-year veteran state representative Melvin Henley will keep his seat in the Kentucky Legislature. He bested first time Republican candidate Cory McBee by more than a thousand votes. McBee showed well in Trigg County with 939 votes to Henley's 1,050. Henley is not a new face to local politics, he's served on Murray's Council and as Mayor from 1978-1982.