Meet the Candidates - Williamsburg, Laurel County
During the Nov. 6 general election, voters in Laurel County will choose one school board member in Districts 4 and 5, respectively. Ed Jones is running unopposed in District 2.
Voters will choose two board members for the East Bernstadt Independent School Board.
In Williamsburg, voters will choose six people for the city council. Bill Brown, who is running for Williamsburg City Council, chose not to participate.
Click on the PDF below to read information on the candidates and the issues they identified as their top concerns.
Biden, Ryan at each other on everything
DANVILLE, Ky. (AP) — At odds early and often, Joe Biden and Republican Paul Ryan squabbled over the economy, taxes, Medicare and more Thursday night in a contentious, interruption-filled debate. “That is a bunch of malarkey,” the vice president retorted after a particularly tough Ryan attack on the administration’s foreign policy.
Party atmosphere all around in Danville
Thursday night’s debate between Republican Paul Ryan and Democrat Joe Biden may be a partisan party versus party fight.
Rogers, McConnell see similarities to 1980 election
It won’t be hard for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney to win over this part of Kentucky in November’s election despite reservations by some on the right that Romney’s positions have changed or his Mormon religion.
Marie Rader wins 89th Rep. District Primary
Republican Marie Rader won the primary election for the 89th District House of Representatives.
Hammons unseats Moses
Whitley Countians have chosen Bob Hammons as their new county attorney, according to unofficial election results.
Barton wins another circuit court clerk term
Whitley County voters went with experience when it came to electing the next circuit court clerk, choosing incumbent Gary Barton, according to unofficial election results.
Bunch victor in 82nd House District
For incumbent State Representative Regina Petrey Bunch, the votes came in bunches Tuesday night.
Voter turnout higher than expected
The election day ran fairly smooth in Whitley, with the exception of several precincts losing power briefly and a few complaints regarding signs being too close to polling places.
Kenneth S. Stepp to face Hal Rogers in fall
Two Democrats, Kenneth S. Stepp, of Clay County, and Micheal Ackerman, of Rowan County, running for the Fifth Congressional District ran a heads-together race in the 30-county district.
- More Elections Headlines
- Meet the Candidates - Williamsburg, Laurel County