Less than week left to file for office
Published 5:58 pm Wednesday, January 24, 2018
The deadline to file as a candidate for the May primary is almost at hand, and several offices are still unopposed.
Candidates have until 4 p.m. Jan. 30 to submit their candidate paperwork to the county clerk’s office for county offices or the Kentucky Secretary of State for multi-county offices such as judicial races or seats in the Kentucky General Assembly.
At the close of business Monday, the following candidates had filed for office.
Email newsletter signup
County attorney: William Elkins
County clerk: Michelle Turner (incumbent)
Judge-Executive: Henry Branham (incumbent), Chris Pace
Sheriff: Berl Perdue Jr. (incumbent)
Jailer: Frank Doyle (incumbent)
Coroner: Robert Gayheart (incumbent), Jeff Willison
Circuit clerk: Paula Joslin (incumbent)
Property Valuation Administrator: Jason Neely
Magistrate district 1: Daniel Konstantopoulos (incumbent)
Magistrate district 2: Pam Blackburn (incumbent)
Magistrate district 3: Joe Graham (incumbent), Mike Sosby
Magistrate district 4: Greg Elkins (incumbent), Kenneth Anderson
Magistrate district 5: Sheila McCord (incumbent), Christopher Davis
Magistrate district 6: none
Constable district 2: James P. “Sam” Stone Jr.
Constable district 4: Gerald “Jerry” Tackett, David Puckett
Constable district 5: Jerry Edwards
Mayor: Ed Burtner (incumbent), Ralph Harrison, Billy R. Flinchum
City commissioner: Kenny Book (incumbent), Seneca Anderson, Ramsey Flynn
State representative: Donna Mayfield (incumbent), Rory Houlihan, Les Yates
State senate: Ralph Alvarado (incumbent), Denise Gray
District Judge division 1: Charles Hardin (incumbent)
District judge division 2: Brandy Oliver Brown (incumbent), Cole Adams Maier
District judge division 3: Earl-Ray Neal (incumbent)
Commonwealth’s attorney: David Smith (incumbent)
U.S. Representative: Andy Barr (incumbent), Jim Gray, Theodore David Green, Amy McGrath, Reggie Thomas, Geoffrey M. Young