In this interview, Sam Swartz, a Bath County native, discusses his family history, the reasons he got involved in politics, the Judicial Referendum, and his career as both a County Judge and County Judge Executive for Menifee County. Swartz also comments extensively on his appreciation for "politicking", local industries and employment trends, and his accomplishments, which include a recreation park and improved water system. He also details the juvenile and roads problems he faced as judge, and the Comprehensive Employment Training Act (CETA) in the interview.
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