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Fletcher, Ernie, 1952-

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Personal name headingFletcher, Ernie, 1952-
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Variant(s)Fletcher, Ernest Lee, 1952-
See alsoKentucky. Governor (2003-2007 : Fletcher)
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Associated countryUnited States
LocatedHuntington (W. Va.) Robertson County (Ky.) Lexington (Ky.) Frankfort (Ky.)
Birth date1952-11-12
Place of birthMount Sterling (Ky.)
AffiliationUniversity of Kentucky
University of Kentucky
Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ) United States. Air Force.
Kentucky. General Assembly. House of Representatives
United States. Congress. House
Kentucky. Governor
Profession or occupationPhysicians Governors Legislators
Found inMcNay, Donald J. The unbridled world of Ernie Fletcher, 2006: t.p. (Ernie Fletcher)
Encyclopedia of northern Kentucky, ©2009: page 887 (Kentucky governor Ernie Fletcher (2003-2007))
Wikipedia, Ernie Fletcher page, Nov. 30, 2006 (Ernest Lee Fletcher; b. Nov. 12, 1952; became Governor of Kentucky in Dec. 2003; May 11, 2006 indicted by a grand jury for three misdemeanors; conspiracy, official misconduct and political discrimination; arraigned on June 7, 2006; Aug. 11, 2006 Special Judge David E. Melcher ruled Fletcher is protected by executive immunity and cannot be prosecuted while in office)
Wikipedia, viewed March 4, 2019: under “Ernie Fletcher” (born November 12, 1952 in Mt. Sterling, Ky.; family moved to Huntington, W. Va., then to Robertson County, Ky., then to Lexington, Ky.; attended University of Kentucky 1970-1974 (BS, mechanical engineering), then graduated from University of Kentucky in 1984 (MD); served in U.S. Air Force. A physician and Baptist lay minister; served as Republican governor of Kentucky December 9, 2003-December 11, 2007; in Kentucky's House of Representatives 1995-1997 and in U.S. House of Representatives January 3, 1999 to December 8, 2003; lived in Frankfort, Ky.)
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