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www.wmfd.com - Ashland Mayor Glen Stewart says he felt a great deal of relief when he learned Tuesday night he had defeated challenger Kim Studney Calhoun in his bid for a second term. }}" />

   
 
 
Glen Stewart Re-Elected As Mayor Of Ashland

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  Original Published: 11/5/2013Ashland Mayor Glen Stewart says he felt a great deal of relief when he learned Tuesday night he had defeated challenger Kim Studney Calhoun in his bid for a second term. Stewart said it was a long several months as he and his challenger met for five different debates and likened it to being a pop quiz, adding the best way to prepare for them was knowing your business well. At the end of December, Stewart will have finished six years as Ashland Mayor, where he says he's tried to capitalize with the various teams he works with like his department heads and with the Department of Economic Development, the Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce and local business leaders.
   
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