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Candidate Filings

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 Candidates began filing Nov. 6 for the 2014 May Primary.

COUNTY ATTORNEY

Kyle Williamson (D)

Thomas “Tom” Claycomb (D)

 

COUNTY CLERK

Linda Carter (D)

 

COUNTY CORONER

Todd R. Skaggs (D)

 

JUDGE/EXECUTIVE

Tommy Turner (D)

 

JAILER

Johnny Cottrill (D)

 

PVA

Chad Puyear (D)

 

CONSTABLE DISTRICT 1

Ira Bloyd Jr. (D)

 

SHERIFF

Dennis Lee Wells (D)

Russell McCoy (D)

James “Doc” Pepper (D)

Tim Ford (D)

 

MAGISTRATE DISTRICT 1

Gary “Tony” Stewart (D)

 

MAGISTRATE DISTRICT 2

Ricky Whitlock (D)

 

MAGISTRATE DISTRICT 3

Ronald Dale Nunn (D)

 

MAGISTRATE DISTRICT 4

W.L. Miller (D)

 

Partisan candidates have until 4 p.m. Jan. 28 to file for office. 

 

CIRCUIT JUDGE 

DISTRICT 10, DIVISION 1

Charles C. Simms III

 

STATE REPRESENTATIVE

Amber Rogers Dones (R)

Hodgenville

 

Richard Treitz (R)

Greensburg

 

In the May 20 primary, the top vote-getter in each race among Republicans and Democrats will square off in the November general election.

In the non-partisan category, races for the Hodgenville mayor’s seat, city council members and two school board seats for District 3 (Lincoln Farm, Buffalo) and District 5 (Hodgenville, Otter, Atilla, Mount Sherman) are up for grabs.

There is no primary for the non-partisan races. Candidates have until Aug. 12, 2014, to file a petition, certificate or statement.