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Candidate Filings

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Candidates began filing Nov. 6, 2013, for the May 20 Primary.

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

 

COUNTY ATTORNEY

Thomas “Tom” Claycomb (D)

Kyle Williamson (D)

 

COUNTY CLERK

Linda Carter (D)

 

COUNTY CORONER

Todd R. Skaggs (D)

 

JUDGE/EXECUTIVE

Joe Pearman (D)

Jerry W. Rock (D)

Tommy Turner (D)

 

JAILER

Johnny Cottrill (D)

 

PVA

Chad Puyear (D)

James Q. Shaw (D)

 

CONSTABLE DISTRICT 1

Ira Bloyd Jr. (D)

 

CONSTABLE DISTRICT 2

Bennie Mauldin (D)

Jeff Metcalf (D)

 

SHERIFF

Tim Ford (D)

Russell McCoy (D)

James “Doc” Pepper (D)

Dennis Lee Wells (D)

 

MAGISTRATE DISTRICT 1

Gary “Tony” Stewart (D)

 

MAGISTRATE DISTRICT 2

Ricky Whitlock (D)

 

MAGISTRATE DISTRICT 3

Ronald Dale Nunn (D)

Earl Thomas Riggs (D)

Stanley L. “Roy” Ray (R)

 

MAGISTRATE DISTRICT 4

Larry Howell (D)

W.L. Miller (D)

 

 

CIRCUIT JUDGE 

DISTRICT 10, DIVISION 1

Charles C. Simms III

 

CIRCUIT JUDGE 

DISTRICT 10, DIVISION 2

John David “Jack” Seay

 

JUDGE of the KENTUCKY COURT OF APPEALS

SECOND APPELLATE DISTRICT, FIRST DIVISION

Jeff S. Taylor

 

STATE REP-RESENTATIVE DISTRICT 24

(Represents LaRue, Green and Marion Counties)

Terry Mills (D), Lebanon

Amber Rogers Dones (R), Hodgenville

Richard Treitz (R), Greensburg

 

U.S. REPRESENTATIVE 

DISTRICT 2

S. Brett Guthrie (R)

Ron Leach (D)

 


U.S. SENATOR

Matt Bevin (R)

Gurley L. Martin (R)

Mitch McConnell (R)

Burrell Charles Farnsley (D)

Alison Lundergan Grimes (D)

Gregory Brent Leichty (D)

Tom Recktenwald (D)

 

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.

Candidates wanting more information about running for political office can contact Carter’s office in the LaRue County Courthouse or visit the Kentucky State Board of Elections Web site at www.elect.ky.gov.

The general election will be Nov. 4, 2014.