New Bowling Green resident shares voting excitement

Anne Browning, a retired teacher from Lebanon recently moved to Bowling Green and voted on Tuesday Nov. 8, 2016 at the Warren County Board of Education. She said that after her move she received a sample ballot to learn about the local candidates. “I did my homework,” Browning says.

Bryson Keltner

Anne Browning is a retired school teacher from Lebanon who just moved to Bowling Green. She was excited to vote in today’s election as someone new to the area.

“I feel a great responsibility to vote here, as I am a new resident,” Browning said.

Browning said there are more local elections of which she had to research when she moved here in order to be informed.

“I went to the courthouse and they gave me a sample ballot,” Browning said. “I did my homework.”

Browning also commented on the presidential election.

“Even with the nastiness of everything happening, more people are voting,” she said. “That’s good.”

Before leaving the polls, Browning said she is adjusting well to Bowling Green.

“I love it here. Bowling Green is wonderful and WKU is a great university,” Browning said. “I’m in church choir with a lot of students from there [WKU] and I just love them.”

Reporter Bryson Keltner can be reached at 270-745-6011 and [email protected].


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