In this interview, Roy Bailey, a Bath County native, details his family history, World War II military service record, and his experiences as both a County Judge and Judge Executive. He comments on his support for former Governor Julian Carroll, his failed State Representative election campaign, his successful run for County Judge in 1974, the positives of the Judicial Referendum, the benefits of revenue sharing, and the effects that I-64 had on Bath County. In addition, he also summarizes his accomplishments, which include road and bridge construction projects and programs that helped the most disadvantaged groups in his jurisdiction.
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