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Census: Teetering on a third state rep

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Population increase could lead to another state representative after next census

By Amber Coulter

Hardin County residents might be able to make a case for three in-county state representatives based on census totals released last week.

State Rep. Jimmie Lee, D-Elizabethtown, said he doubts that will happen, but he expects the 2020 census to give the county a third exclusive representative.

Currently, Lee and Rep. Tim Moore, R-Elizabethtown, live in and represent the county. The state Constitution limits district sizes to about 40,000 residents  for each state representative.


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