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Elections

May 21, 2014

Election Results

CORBIN — (All results are unofficial at this time. )

U.S. SENATOR

Burrel Farnsley (D)    32,138 (8%)

Alison Grimes (D)    306,608 (77%)

Gregory Leichty (D)    32,464 (8%)

Tom Recktenwald (D)    29,686 (7%)

Shawna Sterling (R)    7,014 (2%)

Matt Bevin (R)    123,885 (35%)

Brad Copas (R)    2,981 (1%)

Mitch McConnell (R)    209,518 (60%)

Chris Payne (R)    5,213 (2%)

CONGRESSIONAL 5TH DISTRICT

Kenneth S. Stepp (D)    38,186 (59%)

Billy Ray Wilson (D)    26,675 (41%)

82nd District State Rep.

Regina Bunch (R)    5,330 (59%)

Eskridge Shelton (R)    3,754 (41%)

27th circuit judge family court

Marilyn McGhee    7,423 (37%)

Stephen M. Jones    6,665 (33%)

Durenda Lawson    5,924 (30%)

89th District State Rep.

Marie Rader (R)    4,800 (65%)

Gerardo Serrano (R)    536 (7%)

Michael Bryant (R)    2,028 (28%)

WHITLEY CO. COUNTY JUDGE/EXEC.

Pat White Jr. (R)    4,426 (55%)

Jamie W. Fuson (R)    3,619 (45%)

coroner

Terry Hamblin (R)    2,044 (25%)

Andy Croley (R)    6,023 (75%)

JAILER

Melinda Moses (R)    333 (4%)

Ralph Skidmore (R)    62 (1%)

Russell Smith (R)    596 (7%)

Tommy Hurst (R)    344 (4%)

Sandra Hoke (R)    1,420 (18%)

Daniel Essek (R)    12 (0%)

Will Leach (R)    349 (4%)

Arnold Young (R)    128 (2%)

Shawn Jackson (R)    1,378 (17%)

Robert Taylor (R)    666 (8%)

Brian Lawson (R)    2,793 (35%)

SHERIFF

Denver Bargo (R)    766 (9%)

Darren Gilreath (R)    432 (5%)

Colan Harrell (R)    3,788 (47%)

Ken Mobley (R)    1,029 (13%)

Jim Thornton (R)    2,119 (26%)

Constable 3rd District

David Rowe (R)    274 (14%)

Noah Daniels (R)    474 (24%)

Dorman Patrick Jr. (R)    844 (43%)

Randall Caddell (R)    383 (19%)

Constable 4th district

Ronnie Fritts (R)    121 (6%)

Andy Moses (R)    1,335 (66%)

Steve Hayes (R)    188 (9%)

Carl Neal (R)    378 (19%)

Magistrate 1st district

Scotty Harrison (R)    1,127 (55%)

Roger Wells (R)    940 (45%)

Magistrate 2nd District

Roy Cornelius (R)    136 (9%)

James Petrey (R)    67 (4%)

Lon Head (R)    577 (38%)

Kenneth Miller (R)    173 (12%)

James Blankenship (R)    362 (24%)

Lori Miller (R)    190 (13%)

Magistrate 3rd District

Michael Fuston (R)    73 (3%)

Mike Faulkner (R)    216 (10%)

Jerry Leach (R)    250 (12%)

Michael Jarboe (R)    597 (27%)

A.J. Barton (R)    126 (6%)

Truman Lawson (R)    549 (25%)

Ted Barrineau (R)    314 (14%)

Matthew Taylor (R)    73 (3%)

Magistrate 4th District

Robert Brown (R)    744 (34%)

Raleigh Meadors (R)    553 (25%)

Mark Brock (R)    537 (25%)

Terry Huddleston (R)    271 (12%)

Raymond Campbell (R)    84 (4%)

KNOX CO.

County judge/exec.

Dennis Gibson (D)    795 (49%)

Michael Warren (D)    836 (51%)

J.M. Hall (R)    3,895 (59%)

Darrel Bargo (R)    2,274 (34%)

Larry Sizemore (R)    469 (7%)

Coroner

J.E. Napier (R)    782 (13%)

Mike Blevins (R)    5,399 (87%)

County Attorney

David Jorjani (R)    1,891 (29%)

Gilbert E. Holland (R)    4,600 (71%)

County Clerk

Mike Corey (R)    4,118 (61%)

Derek Collins (R)    2,592 (39%)

Jailer

Clyde Trent Jr. (D)    607 (40%)

Mike Baker (D)    945 (60%)

Marty Hollin (R)    583 (8%)

Elbert Mills Jr. (R)    1,277 (19%)

Keith Liford (R)    1,383 (21%)

Danny Stark (R)    245 (4%)

Mary Hammons (R)    2,433 (36%)

Doug Gibson (R)    782 (12%)

Sheriff

Mike Smith (R)    3,914 (57%)

John Pickard (R)    2,789 (41%)

Darrell Bright (R)    106 (2%)

Constable 1st District

Ted McMillian (R)    443 (35%)

Jerry Wyatt Jr. (R)    815 (65%)

Constable 2nd District

Reed Murphy (R)    685 (54%)

Johnny Gray (R)    584 (46%)

Constable 3rd District

Dannis Falconer (D)    49 (12%)

Mike Bingham (D)    372 (88%)

Larry Young (R)    492 (48%)

Tim Burton (R)    523 (52%)

Constable 4th District

Charles West (R)    446 (45%)

Jimmy Dye (R)    556 (55%)

Magistrate 1st District

William Garland (R)    706 (48%)

Billy Ray Smith (R)    757 (52%)

Magistrate 2nd District

Randall Slusher (R)    156 (10%)

Travis Hubbard (R)    193 (12%)

Keith Abner (R)    439 (28%)

Wayne Hall (R)    205 (13%)

Michael Eversole (R)    354 (23%)

Paul Carmack (R)    222 (14%)

Magistrate 3rd District

Ray Queener (R)    49 (4%)

Jimmy Walters (R)    374 (29%)

John Bays (R)    171 (13%)

Jerry Cox (R)    693 (54%)

Magistrate 4th District

John Ferguson (D)    279 (64%)

John Barger (D)    159 (36%)

Jason Lake (R)    535 (48%)

Bob Gray (R)    73 (7%)

Judy Brock (R)    52 (4%)

Lonnie Williamson (R)    303 (27%)

Jay Parker (R)    158 (14%)

LAUREL CO.

County Judge/Exec

David Westerfield (R)    6,912 (66%)

Jerry Hollon (R)    3,598 (34%)

Jailer

Darryl Bolton (R)    3,586 (34%)

Jamie Mosley (R)    6,958 (66%)

Constable 1st District

Dennis Dinsmore (R)    614 (40%)

Tim May (R)    955 (60%)

Constable 2nd District

Anthony Hill (R)    229 (20%)

Steve Cornn (R)    548 (47%)

Barry Johnson II (R)    391 (33%)

Constable 3rd District

Brad Smith (R)    663 (35%)

Jimmy Lewis (R)    787 (41%)

Glenn Benge (R)    467 (24%)

Constable 4th District

Carl Cheek (R)    159 (10%)

Bobby Smith (R)    432 (27%)

William Hacker (R)    364 (23%)

Justin Noe (R)    233 (15%)

Edward Allen (R)    37 (2%)

Hank Vaughn (R)    179 (12%)

Dwayne Huff (R)    37 (2%)

Clifford Caldwell (R)    143 (9%)

Constable 6th District

Denver Mays (R)    766 (52%)

Harold Frye (R)    712 (48%)

Magistrate 1st District

Melvin Brewer (R)    37 (2%)

Roy Crawford (R)    761 (39%)

Donnie Philpot (R)    101 (5%)

Albert Yaden (R)    136 (7%)

Jack Smith (R)    219 (11%)

Granville Gambrel (R)    6 (0%)

Michael Samples (R)    79 (4%)

Sharon Benge (R)    407 (21%)

Chris Turner (R)    134 (7%)

Chris Hollin (R)    76 (4%)

Magistrate 2nd District

Charles McFarland (R)    120 (9%)

Chuck Slone (R)    349 (26%)

Rickey Burns (R)    105 (8%)

Danny Smith (R)    763 (57%)

Magistrate 3rd District

Carl Brown (R)    42 (2%)

Junior Hammons (R)    341 (15%)

Rufus Fields (R)    673 (30%)

Jason Brown (R)    133 (6%)

Teddy Benge (R)    701 (32%)

Maynard Parker (R)    19 (1%)

Bobby Overbay (R)    300 (14%)

Magistrate 5th District

Phil Ranson (R)    462 (26%)

Billy Oakley (R)    1,068 (59%)

Lommon Gregory (R)    160 (9%)

Jerry Sizemore (R)    106 (6%)

Magistrate 6th District

Robert Smith (R)    94 (6%)

Noah Baker (R)    673 (40%)

Charles Hoskins (R)    32 (2%)

Richard Bales (R)    872 (52%)

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