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2018 Election

All 2018 Louisville KY / Jefferson County General Election Candidates

Candidate Filings
for the 2018 General Election
on November 6, 2018

COMMONWEALTH’S ATTORNEY
Democratic Party
Thomas B. “Tom” WINE

CIRCUIT COURT CLERK
Democratic Party
David Lawrence NICHOLSON

PROPERTY VALUATION ADMINISTRATOR
Republican Party
John T. MAY
Democratic Party
Colleen YOUNGER

COUNTY JUDGE/EXECUTIVE
Democratic Party
Queenie AVERETTE

COUNTY ATTORNEY
Democratic Party
Mike O’CONNELL

COUNTY CLERK
Republican Party
Barbara “Bobbie” HOLSCLAW
Democratic Party
Michael E. BOWMAN

SHERIFF
Republican Party
Robert Alan JONES JR.
Democratic Party
John E. AUBREY

COUNTY COMMISSIONER – ‘A’ DISTRICT
Democratic Party
Daniel B. GROSSBERG

METRO COUNCIL – 1st DISTRICT
Democratic Party
Jessica GREEN

METRO COUNCIL – 3rd DISTRICT
Democratic Party
Keisha DORSEY

METRO COUNCIL – 5th DISTRICT
Republican Party
John Mark OWEN
Democratic Party
Donna Lyvette PURVIS

METRO COUNCIL – 7th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Kent HALL
Democratic Party
Paula McCRANEY

METRO COUNCIL – 9th DISTRICT
Democratic Party
Bill HOLLANDER

METRO COUNCIL – 11th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Kevin J. KRAMER
Democratic Party
Derek Trent ASHCRAFT

METRO COUNCIL – 13th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Jennifer ALEXANDER
Democratic Party
Mark FOX

METRO COUNCIL – 15th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Richard O. BROWN
Democratic Party
Kevin TRIPLETT

METRO COUNCIL – 17th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Glen E. STUCKEL
Democratic Party
Markus WINKLER

METRO COUNCIL – 19th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Anthony B. PIAGENTINI
Democratic Party
William R. ACKERMAN III.

METRO COUNCIL – 21st DISTRICT
Republican Party
Bret A. SHULTZ
Democratic Party
Nicole GEORGE
Non-partisan
John A. WITT

METRO COUNCIL – 23rd DISTRICT
Republican Party
James PEDEN

METRO COUNCIL – 25th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Harold Temoth HENLEY JR.
Democratic Party
David YATES

CORONER
Democratic Party
Barbara WEAKLEY-JONES

SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION – BD OF SUPVRS – 3
Non-partisan
James Howard ROVENSKI
David W. KAELIN
Larry BUTLER
Jasmine WOODARD
Raymond L. ADAMS SR.

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE – DISTRICT 1
Republican Party
Shelly Renee CORMNEY
Democratic Party
Mera Kathryn CORLETT

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE – DISTRICT 2
Democratic Party
Gary FIELDS

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE – DISTRICT 3
Democratic Party
Angela D. HOLLINGSWORTH

CONSTABLE – DISTRICT 1
Republican Party
John D. ZEHNDER
Democratic Party
Bruce BOGGS JR.

CONSTABLE – DISTRICT 2
Republican Party
Virginia WOOLRIDGE
Democratic Party
Mike THOMPSON

CONSTABLE – DISTRICT 3
Democratic Party
Andre THOMAS

MAYOR
Republican Party
Angela LEET
Democratic Party
Greg FISCHER
Non-partisan
Douglas Edward LATTIMORE
Henry OWENS III.
Isaac Marion THACKER IV.
Billy RALLS
Jackie GREEN
Sean VANDEVANDER
Chris THIENEMAN

SCHOOL BOARD – DISTRICT 1
Non-partisan
Diane PORTER

SCHOOL BOARD – DISTRICT 3
Non-partisan
James CRAIG
Jenny BENNER
Judith L. BRADLEY
Derek Jermaine GUY

SCHOOL BOARD – DISTRICT 5
Non-partisan
Linda D. DUNCAN

SCHOOL BOARD – DISTRICT 6
Non-partisan
Waymen EDDINGS
Corrie SHULL
Nicole AGHAALIANDASTJERDI
Angela SMITH

ANCHORAGE SCHOOL BOARD – 1
Non-partisan
Colleen Kelly ABATE
Rosanna GABRIELE
Wendell W. HARRIS
Hannah BARNES

ANCHORAGE SCHOOL BOARD – 2 – Unexpired Term
Non-partisan
Robert T. WATSON

ANCHORAGE MAYOR
Non-partisan
W. Thomas HEWITT

ANCHORAGE COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Neil RAMSEY
Brian RUBLEIN
Jason WALTERS
Cecelia HAGAN
William M. WETHERTON
Matthew DELEHANTY
Diane Valentine COOK
T. Hunter WILSON

AUDUBON PARK MAYOR
Non-partisan
Tony WILLIAMS

AUDUBON PARK COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Andrew J. KLUMP
Daniel STEPHEN
Stephanie GEORGE
Seth Tyler KIRK
Jennifer W. KLEIER
Alex BREY
Ravi BHATIA
Madeline Mittel BOZEMAN
Brittney GORTER
Austin T. SCHWENKER

BANCROFT MAYOR
Non-partisan
Jeffrey S. MAGERS

BANCROFT COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Edwin L. EVERS
Michael BORDERS

BARBOURMEADE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Bryan COOMER

BARBOURMEADE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Robert T. LONGSHORE JR.
Thomas BUDNIAK
Dan Aron STREIT

BEECHWOOD VILLAGE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Timothy Logan GRIGGS
Timothy B. GEORGE JR.

BEECHWOOD VILLAGE COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Phyllis SKONICKI
Kelly CARLS
Lora COOMES
Mary Gwynne DOUGHERTY

BELLEMEADE MAYOR
Non-partisan
John W. MILLER

BELLEMEADE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Bob ELLIOTT
James N. MARTIN JR.
Andrew MILLER
Susan Dorten JARL
Jennifer GARDNER

BELLEWOOD MAYOR
Non-partisan
Mark KLEIN

BELLEWOOD COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Steve DOUGHERTY
Bruce S. GALE
Doug DeMOSS JR.
Austin KUPPER

BLUE RIDGE MANOR MAYOR
Non-partisan
Carla KREITMAN

BLUE RIDGE MANOR COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Debbie MILLS
Hans J. KLOSE
Porter S. LADY
F. Kenneth CONLIFFE

BRIARWOOD MAYOR
Non-partisan
Michael McGRATH

BRIARWOOD COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Brian K. SUTTON
Laura LITKEA
Robert TOLER

BROECK POINTE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Mark PETRUSKA

BROECK POINTE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Robin S. CECIL
Wendy PETRUSKA
Elizabeth KEENAN

BROWNSBORO VILLAGE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Mark W. JOYCE

BROWNSBORO VILLAGE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Dana Walker LINDLEY
Carol McCARTY
Fay DORVAL
Brian A. WILLIS

CAMBRIDGE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Stuart KING
Gary OSBORNE
Gayle WILHELMI

COLDSTREAM MAYOR
Non-partisan
J. Kevin TAYLOR

COLDSTREAM COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
William STARKS
Glenn BUSBY
Paul CHAPMAN

CREEKSIDE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Zakirhushain “Zak” DUGLA

CREEKSIDE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Thomas WILSON
Paul VITELLO
Beverly A. WILLIAMS
Richard BEAN

CROSSGATE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Kirk HILBRECHT

CROSSGATE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Megan M. DOHN
Chas KRISH
Lawrence L. KIRSCHENBAUM
Jamie GERRISH

DOUGLASS HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Rick MORESCHI
Bonnie JUNG

DOUGLASS HILLS COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Matthew NELSON
Denise SCARPELLINI
Neil G. SANDEFUR
Patti Walker EUBANKS
Jeffrey J. RIDDLE
Jason A. BOWMAN
William “Bill” MIDDLETON

DRUID HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Ben FRANKLIN

DRUID HILLS COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
David WESTFALL
Ben ARNOLD
Bruce Charles BARBOUR
Alex GIPE

FOREST HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Kenneth W. GRIFFIN

FOREST HILLS COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Lydia MOEL
Sharon C. DOLL
Sharon HENRY
Chris WRIGHT
Gayle KNOOP

GLENVIEW MAYOR
Non-partisan
Walter T. HALBLEIB

GLENVIEW COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Donald BENNETT
John L. WARMACK JR.
Nanette TAFEL
Deborah M. REISS

GLENVIEW HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Bryan D. SCHMITT

GLENVIEW HILLS COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Justin F. WOODSON
Cordell LAWRENCE
Abigail GREEN
Lisa Aubrey BENTLEY

GLENVIEW MANOR MAYOR
Non-partisan
Joe MARTIN

GLENVIEW MANOR COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Michael RUSSELL
Kimberly PETERSON
Stephanie R. BELL
Jennifer T. RUE

GOOSE CREEK MAYOR
Non-partisan
Jim WINDERS

GOOSE CREEK COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Tony SCHELER
David COMBS
Will OLLIGES
Stuart WOOSLEY

GRAYMOOR-DEVONDALE MAYOR
Non-partisan
John VAUGHAN

GRAYMOOR-DEVONDALE COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
David MEINERS
David BEAUDOIN
Mark A. SITES
Yvette WINNETTE
Alan BRYANT

GREEN SPRING MAYOR
Non-partisan
Trevor S. CRAVENS

GREEN SPRING COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Samuel Kemp MASON
Chris von ALLMEN
T. E. “Tom” PHILLIPS
Stuart W. RIES

HERITAGE CREEK MAYOR
Non-partisan
Clifford “Larry” WEBB

HERITAGE CREEK COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Joseph “Joe” SOEDER
Tammy Lee LLOYD
Benny WARFORD
Billy MITCHELL
John BENZ
Mary Jean WHITEHOUSE

HICKORY HILL MAYOR
Non-partisan
Richard E. DEARING JR.

HICKORY HILL COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Paul GESSNER
Jackie RICHARDSON
Martha HOSKINS
David “Todd” JONES

HILLS AND DALES MAYOR
Non-partisan
Ralph George JOHANSON

HILLS AND DALES COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Barbara P. ROGERS
Diane TOBIN
Roger A. OWEN

HOLLOW CREEK MAYOR
Non-partisan
Ken WOODBURN
Sonja D. MINCH

HOLLOW CREEK COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Greg BLUM
Lois KITTEL
Bruce SAYLOR
Nani SINGLETON

HOUSTON ACRES MAYOR
Non-partisan
Charles BARTMAN

HOUSTON ACRES COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Mia Theresa SEITZ
Scott MEDLEY
Harvey HARDISON
Steven SCHLOTTER

HURSTBOURNE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Mary Schneider MASICK
George STEWART

HURSTBOURNE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Lois WAGNER
Norbert HANCOCK
Earl HUBBUCH
Bennie “Ben” JACKSON
Bill LEAVELL

HURSTBOURNE ACRES MAYOR
Non-partisan
Terry McALLISTER
Sean P. FORE

HURSTBOURNE ACRES COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Troy ESKRIDGE
Donna M. NICHOLS
Louis B. HAMILTON
Teresa C. RENNINGER
William Robert NOEL JR.
Brent O. HARDIN
Christine BOHNENKAMP

INDIAN HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Chip HANCOCK

INDIAN HILLS COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Stephen L. GRUEBBEL
Kate B. LINDSAY
Gary ULMER
James A. GIESEL
Mary “Mimi” ZINNIEL
Sandra CARROLL
James Philip “Jim” GRIES
Frank P. DOHENY JR.
Jason Alexander KRON
Laura J. DUNBAR
Kay MATTON
LuAnn N. GEORGE
Lee K. GARLOVE

JEFFERSONTOWN MAYOR
Non-partisan
William “Bill” DIERUF

JEFFERSONTOWN COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Ron POWELL
Mark BLUM
Carol PIKE
Bill YOUNG
Christopher SMITH
Kevin RICH
Brian ABRAMS
Vincent GRISANTI
Pam WARE
Ray “Chubby Ray” PERKINS
Warren DONALDSON
Tim HALL

KINGSLEY MAYOR
Non-partisan
Rebecca BELD

KINGSLEY COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Cindy LANDRY
Beryl WARD
George BURNS
Lesa FERGUSON

LANGDON PLACE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Mike FRANK

LANGDON PLACE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Charles R. O’BRYAN
Nicholas HOLMES
F. Scott SCINTA
Aaron HARDY

LINCOLNSHIRE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Lewis HUDSON

LINCOLNSHIRE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Emil PETER III.
Dean A. DUNCAN

LYNDON MAYOR
Non-partisan
Brent HAGAN

LYNDON COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Mardy SIDEBOTTOM
Carla S. NALLEY
Susan M. BARTO
Becky Baxter RICKETTS
Nathan SHANKS
Elizabeth KRAMER
Amy L. STUBER
Camille POPHAM
Trisha JEWELL
Kelly S. KRAMER

LYNNVIEW MAYOR
Non-partisan
Ann GLENN

LYNNVIEW COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Deborah OSBORN
Floyd “Randell” MATTHEWS
Suzanne STARK
Derek S. CARR
Linda PLAPPERT
Jesse D. PRUITT

MANOR CREEK MAYOR
Non-partisan
John YOUNG

MANOR CREEK COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Cynthia YORK
Clelland RUSSELL
Judy TIMMERING
Heather HISE
John RIESTER

MARYHILL ESTATES MAYOR
Non-partisan
F. Robert CAROTHERS III.

MARYHILL ESTATES COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Adele Pinto RYAN
Andrew McDowell RENDA
Elizabeth Staley JANSON
Ashlie Courvisier MERCER

MEADOWBROOK FARM MAYOR
Non-partisan
Diane WOODS

MEADOWBROOK FARM COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Gary SANFORD
David M. WOODS
Kelly L. VANCE

MEADOW VALE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Mary R. HORNEK
Matt HAMMOND

MEADOW VALE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Cathy MORROW
Mike JONES
Mary “Diane” ROBERTS

MEADOWVIEW ESTATES MAYOR
Non-partisan
Connie K. WHARTON

MEADOWVIEW ESTATES COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Dale VISH

MIDDLETOWN MAYOR
Non-partisan
J. Byron CHAPMAN
Todd ROLOW

MIDDLETOWN COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Tommie Lee ABBOTT
Ron WOLF
Mark STIGERS
Paul ZIMMERMAN
Amy E. OLIVER

MOCKINGBIRD VALLEY COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
David T. RICHARDSON
Richard A. LECHLEITER
Elizabeth W. DAVIS
Mark L. CORBETT
James Walker STITES III.

MOORLAND MAYOR
Non-partisan
David L. CHERVENAK JR.

MOORLAND COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Dwight E. GRAMMER
Morgan HERNDON

NORBOURNE ESTATES MAYOR
Non-partisan
Lucy HESKINS

NORBOURNE ESTATES COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Kevin M. THOMAS
Albert W. ERNY
Elena B. MARQUETTE
Jeffrey M. DAIBER

NORTHFIELD MAYOR
Non-partisan
Randolph CHAPPELL

NORTHFIELD COUNCIL
Non-partisan
James “Tracy” WALKER
Clark RHEA
Sharon BERGER
Brandon SMITH
Alan BIRCH
Steve LEVY

NORWOOD MAYOR
Non-partisan
Keith MONSOUR

NORWOOD COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Chris SCHNEIDTMILLER
Brian D. DRISCOLL
Ashley REDENBAUGH

OLD BROWNSBORO PLACE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Angela BAZANT
Amanda WALUKAS

PARKWAY VILLAGE MAYOR
Non-partisan
T. Paul AMSHOFF JR.

PARKWAY VILLAGE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Mary Rose EVANS
Mara Beth CRAVENS
Tabitha HILLMAN-BURCHAM
Barry W. CRAVENS
Meredith RUBIN
Ken WHITE SR.

PLANTATION MAYOR
Non-partisan
Becky PEAK

PLANTATION COUNCIL
Non-partisan
Kurt WEIGLE
Roy G. WELLER
Susan SCHNEIDER
Kathryn B. RAY
Nita JAMES
Holly L. LAW
Jeanene CLARK

PROSPECT MAYOR
Non-partisan
John E. EVANS
Scott WHITEHOUSE

PROSPECT COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Harold SCHEWE
Sandra Cerow LEONARD
William W. TERRY
Gregory HUELSMAN
Rande Nortof SWANN
Frank FULCHER
Richard OVERY

RICHLAWN COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Andrew CARPENTER

RIVERWOOD MAYOR
Non-partisan
JOHN M. DeWEESE

RIVERWOOD COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Sumner MacDONALD
Alex P. HERRINGTON JR.
Robert B. VICE
Lawrence BORAM

ROLLING FIELDS COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Daniel Doherty TAFEL
Cyrus RADFORD
Robert JOHNSTON

ROLLING HILLS COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
J. Brent MONROE
David M. METZ
Michele BAGWELL-FAWVER

SAINT MATTHEWS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Richard J. TONINI

SAINT MATTHEWS COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Robert C. ORR
Nicholas SCHADE
Bernard BOWLING JR.
Stuart MONOHAN
Cathi CLARK
Tim HOLLAND
Mary Jo Garvey NAY
Patrick WISSING
Amy OLSON
Fred WHITE
Shaun P. McKIERNAN
Tony G. WEITER
Frank A. FLYNN

SAINT REGIS PARK MAYOR
Non-partisan
Brandt DAVIS

SAINT REGIS PARK COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
John AMBACK
Louie SCHWEICKHARDT
Craig THEIS
Don ” D. J.” FOUNTAIN
Cheryl M. WILLETT
Jeffrey WEIS
Eric SHACKELFORD

SENECA GARDENS MAYOR
Non-partisan
David L. BROWN

SENECA GARDENS COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
James M. MORRIS
Amie E. SCHULTEN
Andrea DIEBOLD
John E. MORRIS

SHIVELY MAYOR
Democratic Party
Beverly Chester BURTON

SHIVELY COUNCILMEMBER
Republican Party
Dennis STENGEL
Democratic Party
Lisa BEARD
Shanell R. THOMPSON
Tiffany M. BURTON
Chester L. BURRELL
Maria D. JOHNSON
Delbert R. VANCE

SPRING MILL MAYOR
Non-partisan
Karen NALLY

SPRING MILL COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Richard NALLY
Doris BADER

SPRING VALLEY MAYOR
Non-partisan
J. Patrick LONG

SPRING VALLEY COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
R. Scott McCORKLE
Michael J. MOYANO
Gregory J. WAKELING

STRATHMOOR MANOR MAYOR
Non-partisan
Brian COBB

STRATHMOOR MANOR COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Kathy ZANDONA
Robert L. PETERSON JR.
Brooke HEITZ
Susan STOPHER

STRATHMOOR VILLAGE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Jay BOWMAN

STRATHMOOR VILLAGE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
John BARROW
Mark E. KLEIN
Timothy G. SCHROERING

SYCAMORE MAYOR
Non-partisan
James BARR

SYCAMORE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Virginia FORESMAN
Anne HESS
Amy P. WILLIAMS
Sally FANGMAN

TEN BROECK MAYOR
Non-partisan
David N. BRADLEY

TEN BROECK COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Theodore D. WILLIAMS
Michael HORBANIUK
Barbara J. HUTCHISON
Christopher KNOOP

THORNHILL MAYOR
Non-partisan
Julea LAWSON

THORNHILL COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Kelly PULLEN
William A. PIERCE JR.
Allyson STOUT
Kay WILLIS

WATTERSON PARK MAYOR
Non-partisan
Linda CHESSER

WATTERSON PARK COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Phillip JOHNSON
Brett ASHLEY
Gina GARRETT
Tiffany WOODSON
Helen Jo ARNOLD
Marlene A. WELSH
Steven L. FORTWENGLER

WELLINGTON MAYOR
Non-partisan
Sandra MOON

WELLINGTON COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Carol PETRITES
Christopher SCHULZ
Sara Freibert SIEVERT
Milos MALDONADO
Neal COX

WEST BUECHEL MAYOR
Non-partisan
Brenda Kay MOORE
Joseph MATTINGLY
Toby CLARK
Rick RICHARDS
Robert “Randy” MULLINS

WEST BUECHEL COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Clara CRAWFORD
Evelyn SALDANA
John CAMPBELL
Loy CRAWFORD
Rhonda S. SANDERS
Billy HILL
Thomas FOX
Brandie WILSON
Ashley STEWART
Bonnie MANNING

WESTWOOD MAYOR
Non-partisan
Nancy LAMBERT

WESTWOOD COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Nancy VINSEL
Robert S. OAKLEY
Robert PURDY
Richard WATKINS

WILDWOOD MAYOR
Non-partisan
Shannon BELL

WILDWOOD COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Patricia LaFOLLETTE
Nick HELLMICH
Robert DAY
Joseph A. KIPP
Phillip W. MYERS

WINDY HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Michael B. LUBEACH
Helen M. DAVIS

WINDY HILLS COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Norbert L. STEWART
Marianne RADEMAKER
Kate Kirwan GREER
Kimberly GREENROSE
James Allan MAINS
Laura TRACHTENBERG
Bruce E. BLUE
Marcia Clark MYERS
Suzanne SPENCER
Carl HORTON
Heather RUSSELL-SIMMONS

WOODLAND HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Michael J. F. OCHS

WOODLAND HILLS COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Ronnie G. COX JR.
Sally M. TILFORD
David W. TILFORD
Brad RICCA

WOODLAWN PARK MAYOR
Non-partisan
Larry LEWIS

WOODLAWN PARK COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Christopher Scott HORN
Gregory CLAYPOOL
Douglas WATSON
Shannon SEIDT
Thomas M. NUNN
Mike BROWN
George LANGFORD

WORTHINGTON HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Bob STONUM

WORTHINGTON HILLS COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Carol CAMPBELL
Linda B. BEVILLE
Kenneth TICHENOR
Dennis R. METCALF

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You May Register To Vote At 17

You may register to vote if you are 17 if you will be 18 on November 6, 2018.  Its important that you register ASAP as voters must be registered for the November election by October 9, 2018.

Its awesome that you are getting involved in your first election. We suggest you review who your current representatives are and find out who is up for re-election.  Contact them, they are YOUR representative.  As a voter these people work for you.

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You Can Register Online To Vote

Registering online is easy in Kentucky.  Anyone who meets the following criteria is eligible to vote.

You may register to vote if you are:

  • A native-born or naturalized U.S. citizen who is 18 years old by the date of the next General Election
  • A resident of the state and county at least 28 days before the election
  • A convicted felon whose civil rights have been legally restored
  • Any citizen who has not been judged “mentally incompetent” in a court of law
  • Any citizen who does not claim the right to vote outside Kentucky

If you meet the criteria above simply visit the State Board of Elections, or expand the accordion tab below to open the site. The campaign will NOT retain any information you enter into this form.  Besides that, campaigns already have access to state voter information. You may also call the Jefferson County Clerk’s Election Office at 502-574-6100

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You Can Not Register To Vote Online

The wording is a little confusing so if we are asking if its possible to register so that you can vote online rather than in person at a polling location that is NOT possible.  The United States does not currently have a method to vote online and security concerns likely will keep that far ahead of us. Here’s an article if you like on it from the Huffington Post.

If you were asking though if it was possible to register to vote while online and then you expected to head into a polling place on election day then certainly.

 

 

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How To Register To Vote Online

( You can also follow these instructions to update your registration )

register to vote

Registering to vote is extremely easy and you can do it in likely less time than it will take to finish reading this in depth answer.

First click this link Online Voter Registration where you will click Next.

Select if you are registering yourself. “I am registering as an individual.” Click OK

You will then need to check each box on the page basically saying you are citizen who isn’t mentally incompetent, not a felon, 18 yrs old and not voting somewhere else.

Enter your social security number and date of birth. Click Next

If the system recognizes you your name, phone and email will populate, if it is correct press Next.  If it is not correct, correct it.  If it is blank, fill it in and click Next.

Select your party affiliation and click next.

Enter your address and click Next, if it is already entered then click Next.

The final screen will provide you a chance to Review your registration.  After you have verified it is correct choose a signature method.  You can “Use my KY Driver’s License” or “I will sign digitally.”

Signing digitally is quick and easy.  Just use your mouse to “sign” your name and then click Next.

You’ll then be shown a form that you can print for your records, but it is not an official document.  After a couple weeks you’ll receive confirmation from your county clerk that you’re registered.

Voter Registration Deadline is 

After October 9 2018 you may still register but you will not likely be able to vote on this coming election day.

 

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Sample Ballots Will Be Officially Available In October.

Election Ballot samples are an important tool in any knowledgable voters arsenal.  We understand you need time to look over dozens of offices and review the candidates running to represent you.  We’ve provided an unofficial sample ballot that includes all county-wide offices in our recently released 2018 Complete Voter’s Guide.  This sample ballot is not complete and still needs to be updated with Louisville Metro Council races and candidates.

The county clerk’s office is expected to produce official sample ballots in October and we’ll add those to this site when they are available.  If you’d like to be keep updated on the progress of releasing this information we encourage you to visit our Judge Sean Delahanty Supporters site at www.fordelahanty.com.  This support driven site includes forums and provides voters with a connected environment to consider your choices among neighbors.

The Sample Ballot is just one part of the 2018 Complete Voter’s Guide.  You’ll find an extensive FAQ section with information on registering to vote, deadlines, who is running and what offices will be on the official ballot. If you have any suggested FAQs feel free to contact us or submit the question to us through our FAQ Submission page.

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Louisville KY Voter Polling Locations

Voting precincts inside Jefferson County, Kentucky are based off of 2013 redistricting precincts and aligned to the county boundary. These boundaries represent areas used during the voting and election administration. This dataset contains polygons and attributes which represent the 623 voting precincts in Jefferson County, Kentucky. It includes the precinct name or number assigned following the redistricting process. The data was generated following the release of the 2010 Census data and was finalized in 2013, after a court mandated redistricting revision. Precinct boundaries are the fundamental building blocks of all political layers in Jefferson County, KY.

[su_note note_color=”#ffb566″]We’ve added a map of the over 600 election precincts in Louisville to our 2018 Complete Voter Guide. You can access it from the top menu at “Voter Guide”.[/su_note]

Visit http://data.lojic.org/datasets/jefferson-county-ky-voting-precincts?geometry=-86.086%2C38.088%2C-85.21%2C38.277 if the map from the County Clerk’s website fails to load.

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Louisville Primary Election

Sample Ballot 2018

Below is an example of a sample ballot for Jefferson County, Kentucky during the 2018 Primary Election which was held on May 22, 2018.   Results are posted for this election within seandelahanty.com’s FAQs.

UPDATE: We’ve released a nearly complete Sample Ballot that covers all county-wide offices and the candidates running for those positions. The easiest way to review Sample Ballots and other vital information before the election is to check out our 2018 Complete Voters Guide.

Judicial Offices Sample Ballot

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Louisville General Election 2018

Sample Ballot

Sample ballots will be made available for download for Jefferson County voters approximately 4 weeks before the election in October 2018.  Check back here for your sample ballot.

The General Election will include offices such as:

  • Louisville Metro Mayor
  • Louisville Metro Council Districts
  • Judicial Races in Circuit Court and District Court
  • Sheriff
  • Jefferson County Clerk
  • Jefferson County Fiscal Court and others

To see who is running for office in the Louisville General Election 2018 check out our FAQ.

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Check Your Voter Registration Online

Fill Out the embedded form below to look up your voter information, including polling location, districts that you live in and voter registration status. This page is best viewed on a laptop or desktop. If you are using a mobile phone or if you just want the address of the Secretary Of State’s site you can visit https://vrsws.sos.ky.gov/VIC/

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Kentucky Courts

 

 District Court

District Court is the court of limited jurisdiction and handles juvenile matters, city and county ordinances, misdemeanors, violations, traffic offenses, probate of wills, arraignments, felony probable cause hearings, small claims involving $2,500 or less, civil cases involving $5,000 or less, voluntary and involuntary mental commitments and cases relating to domestic violence and abuse. District judges serve four-year terms.

 Circuit Court

Circuit Court is the court of general jurisdiction that hears civil matters involving more than $5,000, capital offenses and felonies, land dispute title cases and contested probate cases. Circuit Court has the power to issue injunctions, writs of prohibition and writs of mandamus and to hear appeals from District Court and administrative agencies.

As a division of Circuit Court with general jurisdiction, the family court division of Circuit Court further retains primary jurisdiction in cases involving dissolution of marriage; child custody; visitation; maintenance and support; equitable distribution of property in dissolution cases; adoption; and, termination of parental rights. In addition to general jurisdiction of Circuit Court, the family court division of Circuit Court, concurrent with the District Court, has jurisdiction over proceedings involving domestic violence and abuse; the Uniform Act on Paternity and the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act; dependency, neglect, and abuse; and, juvenile status offenses.

One judge may serve more than one county within a circuit. Some circuits contain only one county but have several judges, depending on population and caseload. Circuit judges serve in eight-year terms.

Family Court

Family Court provides one judge to hear all of a family’s issues relating to divorce, child custody, adoption, termination of parental rights, domestic violence, child abuse and neglect. Because Family Court is devoted exclusively to cases involving families and children, these cases do not compete with criminal and other civil cases for court time.

Family Court is a division of Circuit Court, Kentucky’s highest trial court level, and employs full-time judges with the same qualifications as those who serve other divisions of Circuit Court. Family Court currently serves more than 3.2 million Kentuckians in 71 counties.

 

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APPLICATION DEADLINES

Applications must be submitted by:
Primary Election: April 23, 2018
General Election: October 9, 2018
You must be registered by October 9, 2018 to participate in the November 6, 2018 General Election.  Those wanting to register may do so online or in person at the County Clerk’s office or at a Driver License (DMV) office.  Unlike typical races Judicial Races are nonpartisan.  Kentucky allows you to vote “straight party ticket” or for every candidate of a specific party with one box. If you do vote straight party you still need to vote in the NONPARTISAN Judicial races.
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Louisville Metro Council District Map And Candidates

Every two years half of the Metro Council seats are elected.  In 2018 all odd numbered districts are on the 2018 General Election Ballet in November.  You can determine which district is yours using the map below, select a tab number to see who is running in that district.

METRO COUNCIL – 1st DISTRICT
Democratic Party
Jessica GREEN

METRO COUNCIL – 3rd DISTRICT
Democratic Party
Keisha DORSEY

METRO COUNCIL – 5th DISTRICT
Republican Party
John Mark OWEN
Democratic Party
Donna Lyvette PURVIS

METRO COUNCIL – 7th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Kent HALL
Democratic Party
Paula McCRANEY

METRO COUNCIL – 9th DISTRICT
Democratic Party
Bill HOLLANDER

METRO COUNCIL – 11th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Kevin J. KRAMER
Democratic Party
Derek Trent ASHCRAFT

METRO COUNCIL – 13th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Jennifer ALEXANDER
Democratic Party
Mark FOX

METRO COUNCIL – 15th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Richard O. BROWN
Democratic Party
Kevin TRIPLETT

METRO COUNCIL – 17th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Glen E. STUCKEL
Democratic Party
Markus WINKLER

METRO COUNCIL – 19th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Anthony B. PIAGENTINI
Democratic Party
William R. ACKERMAN III.

METRO COUNCIL – 21st DISTRICT
Republican Party
Bret A. SHULTZ
Democratic Party
Nicole GEORGE
Non-partisan
John A. WITT

METRO COUNCIL – 23rd DISTRICT
Republican Party
James PEDEN

METRO COUNCIL – 25th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Harold Temoth HENLEY JR.
Democratic Party
David YATES

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SCHOOL BOARD – DISTRICT 1
Non-partisan
Diane PORTER

SCHOOL BOARD – DISTRICT 3
Non-partisan
James CRAIG
Jenny BENNER
Derek Jermaine GUY

SCHOOL BOARD – DISTRICT 5
Non-partisan
Linda D. DUNCAN

SCHOOL BOARD – DISTRICT 6
Non-partisan
Waymen EDDINGS
Corrie SHULL
Nicole AGHAALIANDASTJERDI
Angela SMITH

JCPS School Board District Map

JCPS School Board District Map

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District Court Information

District Court is divided into Divisions.  All voters vote in all divisions and each of the numbered divisions serve all of Louisville.

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Kentucky District Courts are trial courts of limited jurisdiction in Kentucky. Matters heard by the district courts include city and county ordinance violations, juvenile matters, traffic offenses, misdemeanors, probate, preliminary felony hearings, small claims and civil cases involving $4,000 or less. Along with the family courts, the district courts hear cases of domestic violence. Appeals may be heard by the Kentucky Circuit Courts.
There are 60 judicial districts in Kentucky, served by 116 judges. These judges are chosen in nonpartisan elections and serve four-year terms. In the event of midterm vacancies, the governor may appoint a replacement from a list of candidates recommended by the Kentucky Judicial Nominating Commission.
Jefferson County is the 30th district in Kentucky.  The 30th District is divided into divisions. Sean Delahanty is the Division Six Judge and was first elected in 1989.

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What is Arraignment Court

An arraignment in Arraignment Court is a court proceeding at which a criminal defendant is formally advised of the charges against him and is asked to enter a plea to the charges. In many states, the court may also decide at arraignment whether the defendant will be released pending trial.

The Arraignment Process

Arraignment is the initial court hearing whereby a person charged with a crime is advised of his or her criminal charges. Additionally, the person will be advised of his or her constitutional rights and their first pre-trial or probable cause hearing date. The court will set bond and any accompanying conditions. For example, someone may be released on his or her own recognizance (R.O.R.) but prohibited from contact with the alleged victim or place of the violation. Those defendants with some form of suspended or probated sentences may also expect to be served with written notice of the prosecutor’s intent to seek revocation of that jail sentence. For those facing felony charges who are not released or do not post bond, the prosecutor must provide a preliminary or probable cause hearing on or before the 10th day after arraignment, excluding weekends and holidays. Those individuals who are charged with a felony and released from jail are entitled to a probable cause hearing within 20 days of their arraignment, again excluding weekends and holidays.
If the person is in custody, his or her arraignment will be held at the Louisville Metro Department of Corrections. You will not be permitted inside the secure courtroom; however, the court has set up a room for relatives and interested parties to watch the arraignment on a closed-circuit two-way television system. When your friend or loved one appears before the judge, you may appear at a lectern that has a two-way camera with the judge. The judge may ask you questions regarding the defendant’s living arrangements, ties to the community, employment and other information the court may be interested in securing to determine an appropriate bond or conditions for release.

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Kentucky Courts

 

 District Court

District Court is the court of limited jurisdiction and handles juvenile matters, city and county ordinances, misdemeanors, violations, traffic offenses, probate of wills, arraignments, felony probable cause hearings, small claims involving $2,500 or less, civil cases involving $5,000 or less, voluntary and involuntary mental commitments and cases relating to domestic violence and abuse. District judges serve four-year terms.

 Circuit Court

Circuit Court is the court of general jurisdiction that hears civil matters involving more than $5,000, capital offenses and felonies, land dispute title cases and contested probate cases. Circuit Court has the power to issue injunctions, writs of prohibition and writs of mandamus and to hear appeals from District Court and administrative agencies.

As a division of Circuit Court with general jurisdiction, the family court division of Circuit Court further retains primary jurisdiction in cases involving dissolution of marriage; child custody; visitation; maintenance and support; equitable distribution of property in dissolution cases; adoption; and, termination of parental rights. In addition to general jurisdiction of Circuit Court, the family court division of Circuit Court, concurrent with the District Court, has jurisdiction over proceedings involving domestic violence and abuse; the Uniform Act on Paternity and the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act; dependency, neglect, and abuse; and, juvenile status offenses.

One judge may serve more than one county within a circuit. Some circuits contain only one county but have several judges, depending on population and caseload. Circuit judges serve in eight-year terms.

Family Court

Family Court provides one judge to hear all of a family’s issues relating to divorce, child custody, adoption, termination of parental rights, domestic violence, child abuse and neglect. Because Family Court is devoted exclusively to cases involving families and children, these cases do not compete with criminal and other civil cases for court time.

Family Court is a division of Circuit Court, Kentucky’s highest trial court level, and employs full-time judges with the same qualifications as those who serve other divisions of Circuit Court. Family Court currently serves more than 3.2 million Kentuckians in 71 counties.

 

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2018 District Court Primary Results

The May election typically decides who a party’s candidate will be for the general election.  As judicial races are nonpartisan, political party is not considered, the primary simply narrows the choice down to the top two candidates by votes. In Division 6 there were three candidates.  While Judge Delahanty received the most votes this only qualified Judge Delahanty and Prosecutor Lisa Langford as the two official candidates for the November election.

District Court Division 6

Voters are presented with a choice between Sean Delahanty who has been a judge for over twenty years and prior to that served as a defense attorney or a career prosecutor Lisa Langford.

Choice   Votes Percent
Alexander ‘Alex’ GADDIS 14,867 16.14%
Sean R. DELAHANTY 42,308 45.93%
Lisa L. LANGFORD 34,946 37.93%
Total 92,121

Additionally two other District Court Divisions were voted on in the May primary election.

District Court Divisions 9th and 3rd

In the 9th Division Daniel ‘Danny’ Alvarez received the most votes followed by Tanisha Ann Hickerson. Tragically Danny Alvarez passed away. This means Tanisha Hickerson will run unopposed in Division 9.

Choice   Votes Percent
Tanisha Ann HICKERSON 22,470 24.05%
Karen E. FAULKNER 22,453 24.03%
Daniel ‘Danny’ ALVAREZ 28,694 30.71%
Andre L. BERGERON 19,830 21.22%
Total 93,447

Tracy Davis and Kristina Garvey received the most votes for the 3rd Division of District Court and will be the candidates this November.

Choice   Votes Percent
Kristina GARVEY 36,480 40.51%
Tracy DAVIS 29,770 33.06%
James Michael ‘Jim’ GREEN 23,799 26.43%
Total 90,049

 

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The current 2018 Jefferson County District Court Judges in Louisville, KY’s 30th District are
Division 1: Annette Karem
Division 2: Amber B. Wolf
Division 3: Sandra L. McLaughlin
Division 4: Todd Hollenbach
Division 5: Jennifer Leibson
Division 6: Sean R. Delahanty
Division 7: Jennifer Bryant Wilcox
Division 8: David P. Bowles
Division 9: Andre L. Bergeron
Division 10: Sara Michael Nicholson
Division 11: Jessica Moore
Division 12: Eric Haner
Division 13: Anne Delahanty
Division 14: Stephanie Pearce Burke
Division 15: Anne Haynie
Division 16: Katie King
Division 17: Erica Lee Williams

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Complete list of candidates for District Court Judges in Louisville.  Voters will pick one candidate per division.  Sean Delahanty is the District Court Judge in Division Six.  Division six candidates are in bold below.  Candidates who filed for District Court with the Secretary of State’s office were:

Louisville District Court Candidates
Annette Karem 1804 Aberdeen Drive
Louisville, KY 40205
District Judge 30th/1st Nonpartisan
Amber B. Wolf 317 Winton Ave.
Louisville, KY 40206
District Judge 30th/2nd Nonpartisan
Tracy Davis 3701 Terrace Hills Drive, #203
Louisville, KY 40245
District Judge 30th/3rd Nonpartisan
Kristina Garvey 3713 Hillsboro Rd.
Louisville, KY 40207
District Judge 30th/3rd Nonpartisan
L. J. “Todd” Hollenbach IV. 317 Jarvis Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
District Judge 30th/4th Nonpartisan
Julie Kaelin 1404 Debarr Street
Louisville, KY 40204
District Judge 30th/4th Nonpartisan
Jennifer H. Leibson 7607 Old Orchard Ct.
Louisville, KY 40222
District Judge 30th/5th Nonpartisan
Sean R. Delahanty 1381 Tyler Park Drive
Louisville, KY 40204
District Judge 30th/6th Nonpartisan
Lisa L. Langford 6601 Ken Carla Drive
Prospect, KY 40059
District Judge 30th/6th Nonpartisan
Jennifer Bryant Wilcox 1104 Colonel Anderson Parkway
Louisville, KY 40222
District Judge 30th/7th Nonpartisan
David Paul Bowles 3629 Kelly Way
Louisville, KY 40220
District Judge 30th/8th Nonpartisan
Daniel “Danny” Alvarez 2326 Stannye Drive
Louisville, KY 40222
District Judge 30th/9th Nonpartisan
Tanisha Ann Hickerson 4618 Wooded Oak Circle
Louisville, KY 40245
District Judge 30th/9th Nonpartisan
Sara Michael Nicholson 302 Coralberry Road
Louisville, KY 40207
District Judge 30th/10th Nonpartisan
Jessica Ann Moore 3044 Bardstown Rd.
#109
Louisville, KY 40205
District Judge 30th/11th Nonpartisan
Eric Haner 2047 Sherwood Ave.
Louisville, KY 40205
District Judge 30th/12th Nonpartisan
Anne Delahanty 2863 Regan Road
Louisville, KY 40206
District Judge 30th/13th Nonpartisan
Stephanie Pearce Burke 212 Bellemeade Road
Louisville, KY 40222
District Judge 30th/14th Nonpartisan
Anne Haynie P.O. Box 262
Prospect, KY 40059
District Judge 30th/15th Nonpartisan
Katie King 3400 Dutchmans Lane
Louisville, KY 40205
District Judge 30th/16th Nonpartisan
Erica Lee Williams 11106 Rock Bend Way
Louisville, KY 40241
District Judge 30th/17th Nonpartisan
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Jefferson County Races

The following table provides current State Representatives for Jefferson County in the Kentucky General Assembly.  If you’d like more information about the General Assembly candidates and review district maps you can do so in the Voter’s Guide State Legislature page.

28 Miller, Charles (D) Jefferson
29 Bratcher, Kevin D. (R) Jefferson
30 Burch, Tom (D) Jefferson
31 Riggs, Steve (D) Jefferson
32 Moffett, Phil (R) Jefferson
33 Nemes, Jason (R) Jefferson, Oldham
34 Marzian, Mary Lou (D) Jefferson
35 Wayne, Jim (D) Jefferson
36 Miller, Jerry T. (R) Jefferson, Oldham
37 Donohue, Jeffery (D) Jefferson
38 Cantrell, McKenzie (D) Jefferson
39 Meyer, Russ A. (D) Fayette, Jessamine
40 Horlander, Dennis (D) Jefferson
41 Scott, Attica (D) Jefferson
42 Meeks, Reginald (D) Jefferson
43 Owens, Darryl T. (D) Jefferson
44 Jenkins, Joni L. (D) Jefferson
45 Lee, Stan (R) Fayette
46 Gentry, Al (D) Jefferson
47 Rand, Rick (D) Carroll, Gallatin, Henry, Trimble
48 Fleming , Ken (R) Jefferson, Oldham
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SCHOOL BOARD – DISTRICT 1
Non-partisan
Diane PORTER

SCHOOL BOARD – DISTRICT 3
Non-partisan
James CRAIG
Jenny BENNER
Derek Jermaine GUY

SCHOOL BOARD – DISTRICT 5
Non-partisan
Linda D. DUNCAN

SCHOOL BOARD – DISTRICT 6
Non-partisan
Waymen EDDINGS
Corrie SHULL
Nicole AGHAALIANDASTJERDI
Angela SMITH

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JCPS School Board District Map

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Judicial Election Information

Voters can contribute up to $2000 per election to a judicial candidate’s committee.  You can do so by

clicking Donate under Join Us in the header of this page.

 

Kentucky Law Concerning Judicial Donations

Candidates for judicial offices in Kentucky must adhere to the state’s campaign finance laws. These laws regulate the amounts and sources of money given or received for political purposes; in addition, campaign finance laws stipulate disclosure requirements for political contributions and expenditures.

American Bar Association Concerning Judicial Donations

Rule 4.1: Political and Campaign Activities of Judges and Judicial Candidates in General

(A) Except as permitted by law,* or by Rules 4.2, 4.3, and 4.4, a judge or a judicial candidate* shall not:
(1)       act as a leader in, or hold an office in, a political organization;*
(2)       make speeches on behalf of a political organization;
(3)       publicly endorse or oppose a candidate for any public office;
(4)    solicit funds for, pay an assessment to, or make a contribution* to a political organization or a candidate for public office;
(5) attend or purchase tickets  for  dinners  or  other  events sponsored by a political
organization or a candidate for public office;
(6) publicly identify himself or herself as a candidate of a political organization;
(7) seek, accept, or  use  endorsements  from  a  political organization;
(8) personally solicit* or accept campaign contributions other than through a campaign committee authorized by Rule 4.4;
(9) use or permit the use of campaign contributions for the private benefit of the judge, the candidate, or others;
(10) use court staff, facilities, or other court resources in a campaign for judicial office;
(11) knowingly,* or with reckless disregard for the truth, make any false or misleading statement;
(12) make any statement that would reasonably  be  expected  to affect the outcome or impair the fairness of a matter pending* or impending* in any court; or
(13)  in connection with cases, controversies, or issues that are likely to come before the court, make pledges, promises, or commitments that are inconsistent with the impartial* performance of the adjudicative duties of judicial office.
(B) A judge or judicial candidate shall take  reasonable  measures  to ensure that other persons do not undertake, on behalf of the judge or judicial candidate, any activities prohibited under paragraph (A). candidate, any activities prohibited under paragraph (A).
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Sample Ballots Will Be Officially Available In October.

Election Ballot samples are an important tool in any knowledgable voters arsenal.  We understand you need time to look over dozens of offices and review the candidates running to represent you.  We’ve provided an unofficial sample ballot that includes all county-wide offices in our recently released 2018 Complete Voter’s Guide.  This sample ballot is not complete and still needs to be updated with Louisville Metro Council races and candidates.

The county clerk’s office is expected to produce official sample ballots in October and we’ll add those to this site when they are available.  If you’d like to be keep updated on the progress of releasing this information we encourage you to visit our Judge Sean Delahanty Supporters site at www.fordelahanty.com.  This support driven site includes forums and provides voters with a connected environment to consider your choices among neighbors.

The Sample Ballot is just one part of the 2018 Complete Voter’s Guide.  You’ll find an extensive FAQ section with information on registering to vote, deadlines, who is running and what offices will be on the official ballot. If you have any suggested FAQs feel free to contact us or submit the question to us through our FAQ Submission page.

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nonpartisan election is one where, if a primary is held, it is not for the purpose of narrowing the candidates to one from each party; rather, the top two candidates, regardless of party, typically advance to the general election. At both the primary and general elections, the candidates are listed on the ballot without necessarily designating any party affiliation.
The judges of the Kentucky District Courts are elected in nonpartisan elections. They serve four-year terms and must run for re-election if they wish to serve again.
Kentucky will hold nonpartisan elections for local judicial offices on November 6, 2018. A primary election took place on May 22, 2018. The filing deadline for candidates who wished to run in this election was January 30, 2018.

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The next general election in Louisville, KY will be held November 6, 2018.  Offices on the ballot are largely local municipal, judicial and state legislative seats.

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Kentucky Court Information

Circuit Court is the court of general jurisdiction that hears civil matters involving more than $5,000, capital offenses and felonies, land dispute title cases and contested probate cases. Circuit Court has the power to issue injunctions, writs of prohibition and writs of mandamus and to hear appeals from District Court and administrative agencies.
As a division of Circuit Court with general jurisdiction, the family court division of Circuit Court further retains primary jurisdiction in cases involving dissolution of marriage; child custody; visitation; maintenance and support; equitable distribution of property in dissolution cases; adoption; and, termination of parental rights. In addition to general jurisdiction of Circuit Court, the family court division of Circuit Court, concurrent with the District Court, has jurisdiction over proceedings involving domestic violence and abuse; the Uniform Act on Paternity and the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act; dependency, neglect, and abuse; and, juvenile status offenses.
One judge may serve more than one county within a circuit. Some circuits contain only one county but have several judges, depending on population and caseload. Circuit judges serve in eight-year terms.
District Court is the court of limited jurisdiction and handles juvenile matters, city and county ordinances, misdemeanors, violations, traffic offenses, probate of wills, arraignments, felony probable cause hearings, small claims involving $2,500 or less, civil cases involving $5,000 or less, voluntary and involuntary mental commitments and cases relating to domestic violence and abuse. District judges serve four-year terms.
Information reposted from https://courts.ky.gov/courts/Pages/default.aspx

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What is Arraignment Court

An arraignment in Arraignment Court is a court proceeding at which a criminal defendant is formally advised of the charges against him and is asked to enter a plea to the charges. In many states, the court may also decide at arraignment whether the defendant will be released pending trial.

The Arraignment Process

Arraignment is the initial court hearing whereby a person charged with a crime is advised of his or her criminal charges. Additionally, the person will be advised of his or her constitutional rights and their first pre-trial or probable cause hearing date. The court will set bond and any accompanying conditions. For example, someone may be released on his or her own recognizance (R.O.R.) but prohibited from contact with the alleged victim or place of the violation. Those defendants with some form of suspended or probated sentences may also expect to be served with written notice of the prosecutor’s intent to seek revocation of that jail sentence. For those facing felony charges who are not released or do not post bond, the prosecutor must provide a preliminary or probable cause hearing on or before the 10th day after arraignment, excluding weekends and holidays. Those individuals who are charged with a felony and released from jail are entitled to a probable cause hearing within 20 days of their arraignment, again excluding weekends and holidays.
If the person is in custody, his or her arraignment will be held at the Louisville Metro Department of Corrections. You will not be permitted inside the secure courtroom; however, the court has set up a room for relatives and interested parties to watch the arraignment on a closed-circuit two-way television system. When your friend or loved one appears before the judge, you may appear at a lectern that has a two-way camera with the judge. The judge may ask you questions regarding the defendant’s living arrangements, ties to the community, employment and other information the court may be interested in securing to determine an appropriate bond or conditions for release.

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One Family, One Judge, One Court

Family Court is involved in the most intimate and complex aspects of human nature and social relations. For that reason, Family Court uses a case management process that distinguishes it from other trial courts. With the One Family, One Judge, One Court approach, cases are presented in a single court, allowing the same judge to hear all matters involving a particular family. This reduces the stress that can arise when individuals are shuttled between courts to resolve a variety of issues.

Focusing on the Needs of Families

Because Family Court gives cases involving families and children the highest priority, these cases do not compete with criminal and other civil cases for judicial time. As a division of Circuit Court, which is the highest trial court in Kentucky, Family Court employs full-time judges with the same qualifications as those who serve the other divisions of Circuit Court.
In addition to the family matters heard in Circuit Court, Family Court judges also handle family law matters that were traditionally decided in District Court. Family Court jurisdiction is defined by KRS 23A.100 and 23A.110 and includes the following:

  • Dissolution of marriage
  • Spousal support and equitable
  • Distribution
  • Child custody, support and visitation
  • Paternity, adoption
  • Domestic violence
  • Dependency, neglect and abuse
  • Termination of parental rights
  • Status Offenses (runaways, truancy, beyond control)

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Drug Court is a shining example of Kentucky’s success in specialty courts. Instead of spending time in jail, eligible participants complete a substance abuse program supervised by a judge. Drug Court graduates are more likely to return to productive lives and stay gainfully employed, pay child support and meet other obligations.
Kentucky Drug Court was created in 1996 to assist individuals who have entered the criminal justice system as a result of drug use or drug-related criminal activity and are choosing to achieve and maintain recovery. Drug Court combines close court supervision and treatment with other services to intervene and break the cycle of substance abuse, addiction and crime.
The program uses a team approach that requires collaboration among judges, Specialty Court staff, prosecutors, defense counsel, treatment professionals, law enforcement officers and other community agencies. These professionals help addicted individuals regain control of their lives through judicial oversight, intensive supervision and monitoring, participation in substance abuse treatment sessions and self-help groups, frequent and random urine screens, and referrals to community service agencies and other services.
Today there is irrefutable evidence that Drug Court is achieving what it set out to do — substantially reduce drug use and criminal behavior in drug-addicted offenders. For more than 20 years, the program’s solid track record has convinced leaders in state government, along with local judges, prosecutors and treatment providers, that Drug Court is an essential part of the Kentucky court system.
Drug Court operates under the Department of Specialty Courts at the Administrative Office of the Courts.​​
This was reposted from https://courts.ky.gov/courtprograms/drugcourt/Pages/default.aspx

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Past Election Results

2018 District Court Primary Results

The May election typically decides who a party’s candidate will be for the general election.  As judicial races are nonpartisan, political party is not considered, the primary simply narrows the choice down to the top two candidates by votes. In Division 6 there were three candidates.  While Judge Delahanty received the most votes this only qualified Judge Delahanty and Prosecutor Lisa Langford as the two official candidates for the November election.

District Court Division 6

Voters are presented with a choice between Sean Delahanty who has been a judge for over twenty years and prior to that served as a defense attorney or a career prosecutor Lisa Langford.

Choice   Votes Percent
Alexander ‘Alex’ GADDIS 14,867 16.14%
Sean R. DELAHANTY 42,308 45.93%
Lisa L. LANGFORD 34,946 37.93%
Total 92,121

Additionally two other District Court Divisions were voted on in the May primary election.

District Court Divisions 9th and 3rd

In the 9th Division Daniel ‘Danny’ Alvarez received the most votes followed by Tanisha Ann Hickerson. Tragically Danny Alvarez passed away. This means Tanisha Hickerson will run unopposed in Division 9.

Choice   Votes Percent
Tanisha Ann HICKERSON 22,470 24.05%
Karen E. FAULKNER 22,453 24.03%
Daniel ‘Danny’ ALVAREZ 28,694 30.71%
Andre L. BERGERON 19,830 21.22%
Total 93,447

Tracy Davis and Kristina Garvey received the most votes for the 3rd Division of District Court and will be the candidates this November.

Choice   Votes Percent
Kristina GARVEY 36,480 40.51%
Tracy DAVIS 29,770 33.06%
James Michael ‘Jim’ GREEN 23,799 26.43%
Total 90,049

 

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Sean Delahanty

I do the best I know how, every day, and my goal is to help people make positive changes in their lives. It is a blessing to work at a job that you enjoy and I frequently hear positive feedback from litigants who have appeared before me.

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Sample Ballots Will Be Officially Available In October.

Election Ballot samples are an important tool in any knowledgable voters arsenal.  We understand you need time to look over dozens of offices and review the candidates running to represent you.  We’ve provided an unofficial sample ballot that includes all county-wide offices in our recently released 2018 Complete Voter’s Guide.  This sample ballot is not complete and still needs to be updated with Louisville Metro Council races and candidates.

The county clerk’s office is expected to produce official sample ballots in October and we’ll add those to this site when they are available.  If you’d like to be keep updated on the progress of releasing this information we encourage you to visit our Judge Sean Delahanty Supporters site at www.fordelahanty.com.  This support driven site includes forums and provides voters with a connected environment to consider your choices among neighbors.

The Sample Ballot is just one part of the 2018 Complete Voter’s Guide.  You’ll find an extensive FAQ section with information on registering to vote, deadlines, who is running and what offices will be on the official ballot. If you have any suggested FAQs feel free to contact us or submit the question to us through our FAQ Submission page.

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Significant challenges are the opiod crisis, neighborhood violence, jail overcrowding, equal justice for all people who come before the Court. The bench is making strides in offering alternatives to jail for drug addicts. Violence in neighborhoods I believe is driven by the drug trade and can only be solved by improved educational and job opportunities for young people so they can see a successful life in front of them, jail overcrowding may be addressed by alternative incarceration methods and rehabilitation programs. And currently, there is a trend to make changes in the way that bail is set so that indigent individuals will not sit in jail simply because they cannot afford to make bond.

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Sean Delahanty is the current District Court Division Six Judge and was first elected to this seat in 1989.  Sean served as Chief Judge of the 30th District Court of Kentucky from 2008 to 2011.  Sean has practiced law since 1980.
Read more about Sean Delahanty’s Experience

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My parents who worked hard to improve our community for all of their working lives and well into retirement. My father was well known for representing indigent litigants pro bono particularly in issues of equal housing and human rights. My mother, a social worker, worked full time while raising five children in an era not always kind to women’s issues. Both of my parents are honored in the Kentucky Civil Rights Hall of Fame.

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Suburban Cities

Sure.  In the voter guide you can easily find a map of Louisville Neighborhoods and Districts.

Category: Suburban Cities
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Louisville Metro Council District Map And Candidates

Every two years half of the Metro Council seats are elected.  In 2018 all odd numbered districts are on the 2018 General Election Ballet in November.  You can determine which district is yours using the map below, select a tab number to see who is running in that district.

METRO COUNCIL – 1st DISTRICT
Democratic Party
Jessica GREEN

METRO COUNCIL – 3rd DISTRICT
Democratic Party
Keisha DORSEY

METRO COUNCIL – 5th DISTRICT
Republican Party
John Mark OWEN
Democratic Party
Donna Lyvette PURVIS

METRO COUNCIL – 7th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Kent HALL
Democratic Party
Paula McCRANEY

METRO COUNCIL – 9th DISTRICT
Democratic Party
Bill HOLLANDER

METRO COUNCIL – 11th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Kevin J. KRAMER
Democratic Party
Derek Trent ASHCRAFT

METRO COUNCIL – 13th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Jennifer ALEXANDER
Democratic Party
Mark FOX

METRO COUNCIL – 15th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Richard O. BROWN
Democratic Party
Kevin TRIPLETT

METRO COUNCIL – 17th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Glen E. STUCKEL
Democratic Party
Markus WINKLER

METRO COUNCIL – 19th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Anthony B. PIAGENTINI
Democratic Party
William R. ACKERMAN III.

METRO COUNCIL – 21st DISTRICT
Republican Party
Bret A. SHULTZ
Democratic Party
Nicole GEORGE
Non-partisan
John A. WITT

METRO COUNCIL – 23rd DISTRICT
Republican Party
James PEDEN

METRO COUNCIL – 25th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Harold Temoth HENLEY JR.
Democratic Party
David YATES

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DOUGLASS HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Rick MORESCHI
Bonnie JUNG

DOUGLASS HILLS COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Matthew NELSON
Denise SCARPELLINI
Neil G. SANDEFUR
Patti Walker EUBANKS
Jeffrey J. RIDDLE
William “Bill” MIDDLETON

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INDIAN HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Chip HANCOCK

INDIAN HILLS COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Stephen L. GRUEBBEL
Kate B. LINDSAY
Gary ULMER
James A. GIESEL
Mary “Mimi” ZINNIEL
Sandra CARROLL
James Philip “Jim” GRIES
Frank P. DOHENY JR.
Jason Alexander KRON
Laura J. DUNBAR
Kay MATTON
LuAnn N. GEORGE
Lee K. GARLOVE

Category: Suburban Cities
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JEFFERSONTOWN MAYOR
Non-partisan
William “Bill” DIERUF

JEFFERSONTOWN COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Ron POWELL
Mark BLUM
Carol PIKE
Bill YOUNG
Christopher SMITH
Kevin RICH
Brian ABRAMS
Vincent GRISANTI
Pam WARE
Ray “Chubby Ray” PERKINS
Warren DONALDSON
Tim HALL

Category: Suburban Cities
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LYNDON MAYOR
Non-partisan
Brent HAGAN

LYNDON COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Mardy SIDEBOTTOM
Carla S. NALLEY
Susan M. BARTO
Becky Baxter RICKETTS
Nathan SHANKS
Elizabeth KRAMER
Amy L. STUBER
Camille POPHAM
Trisha JEWELL
Kelly S. KRAMER

Category: Suburban Cities
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MIDDLETOWN MAYOR
Non-partisan
J. Byron CHAPMAN

MIDDLETOWN COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Tommie Lee ABBOTT
Ron WOLF
Mark STIGERS
Paul ZIMMERMAN
Amy E. OLIVER

Category: Suburban Cities
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PROSPECT MAYOR
Non-partisan
John E. EVANS
Scott WHITEHOUSE

PROSPECT COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Harold SCHEWE
Sandra Cerow LEONARD
William W. TERRY
Gregory HUELSMAN
Rande Nortof SWANN
Frank FULCHER
Richard OVERY

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ANCHORAGE SCHOOL BOARD – 1
Non-partisan
Colleen Kelly ABATE
Rosanna GABRIELE
Wendell W. HARRIS
Hannah BARNES

ANCHORAGE SCHOOL BOARD – 2 – Unexpired Term
Non-partisan
Robert T. WATSON

 

ANCHORAGE MAYOR
Non-partisan
W. Thomas HEWITT

ANCHORAGE COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Neil RAMSEY
Brian RUBLEIN
Jason WALTERS
Cecelia HAGAN
William M. WETHERTON
Matthew DELEHANTY
Diane Valentine COOK
T. Hunter WILSON

Category: Suburban Cities
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SHIVELY MAYOR
Democratic Party
Beverly Chester BURTON

SHIVELY COUNCILMEMBER
Republican Party
Dennis STENGEL
Democratic Party
Lisa BEARD
Shanell R. THOMPSON
Tiffany M. BURTON
Chester L. BURRELL
Maria D. JOHNSON
Delbert R. VANCE

Category: Suburban Cities
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SAINT MATTHEWS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Richard J. TONINI

SAINT MATTHEWS COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Robert C. ORR
Nicholas SCHADE
Bernard BOWLING JR.
Stuart MONOHAN
Cathi CLARK
Tim HOLLAND
Mary Jo Garvey NAY
Patrick WISSING
Amy OLSON
Fred WHITE
Shaun P. McKIERNAN
Tony G. WEITER
Frank A. FLYNN

Category: Suburban Cities
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WEST BUECHEL MAYOR
Non-partisan
Brenda Kay MOORE
Joseph MATTINGLY
Toby CLARK
Rick RICHARDS
Robert “Randy” MULLINS

WEST BUECHEL COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Clara CRAWFORD
Evelyn SALDANA
John CAMPBELL
Loy CRAWFORD
Rhonda S. SANDERS
Billy HILL
Thomas FOX
Brandie WILSON
Ashley STEWART
Bonnie MANNING

Category: Suburban Cities
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WINDY HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Michael B. LUBEACH
Helen M. DAVIS

WINDY HILLS COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Norbert L. STEWART
Marianne RADEMAKER
Kate Kirwan GREER
Kimberly GREENROSE
James Allan MAINS
Laura TRACHTENBERG
Bruce E. BLUE
Marcia Clark MYERS
Suzanne SPENCER
Carl HORTON
Heather RUSSELL-SIMMONS

Category: Suburban Cities
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AUDUBON PARK MAYOR
Non-partisan
Tony WILLIAMS

AUDUBON PARK COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Andrew J. KLUMP
Daniel STEPHEN
Stephanie GEORGE
Seth Tyler KIRK
Jennifer W. KLEIER
Alex BREY
Ravi BHATIA
Madeline Mittel BOZEMAN
Brittney GORTER
Austin T. SCHWENKER

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Voter Information

All 2018 Louisville KY / Jefferson County General Election Candidates

Candidate Filings
for the 2018 General Election
on November 6, 2018

COMMONWEALTH’S ATTORNEY
Democratic Party
Thomas B. “Tom” WINE

CIRCUIT COURT CLERK
Democratic Party
David Lawrence NICHOLSON

PROPERTY VALUATION ADMINISTRATOR
Republican Party
John T. MAY
Democratic Party
Colleen YOUNGER

COUNTY JUDGE/EXECUTIVE
Democratic Party
Queenie AVERETTE

COUNTY ATTORNEY
Democratic Party
Mike O’CONNELL

COUNTY CLERK
Republican Party
Barbara “Bobbie” HOLSCLAW
Democratic Party
Michael E. BOWMAN

SHERIFF
Republican Party
Robert Alan JONES JR.
Democratic Party
John E. AUBREY

COUNTY COMMISSIONER – ‘A’ DISTRICT
Democratic Party
Daniel B. GROSSBERG

METRO COUNCIL – 1st DISTRICT
Democratic Party
Jessica GREEN

METRO COUNCIL – 3rd DISTRICT
Democratic Party
Keisha DORSEY

METRO COUNCIL – 5th DISTRICT
Republican Party
John Mark OWEN
Democratic Party
Donna Lyvette PURVIS

METRO COUNCIL – 7th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Kent HALL
Democratic Party
Paula McCRANEY

METRO COUNCIL – 9th DISTRICT
Democratic Party
Bill HOLLANDER

METRO COUNCIL – 11th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Kevin J. KRAMER
Democratic Party
Derek Trent ASHCRAFT

METRO COUNCIL – 13th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Jennifer ALEXANDER
Democratic Party
Mark FOX

METRO COUNCIL – 15th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Richard O. BROWN
Democratic Party
Kevin TRIPLETT

METRO COUNCIL – 17th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Glen E. STUCKEL
Democratic Party
Markus WINKLER

METRO COUNCIL – 19th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Anthony B. PIAGENTINI
Democratic Party
William R. ACKERMAN III.

METRO COUNCIL – 21st DISTRICT
Republican Party
Bret A. SHULTZ
Democratic Party
Nicole GEORGE
Non-partisan
John A. WITT

METRO COUNCIL – 23rd DISTRICT
Republican Party
James PEDEN

METRO COUNCIL – 25th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Harold Temoth HENLEY JR.
Democratic Party
David YATES

CORONER
Democratic Party
Barbara WEAKLEY-JONES

SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION – BD OF SUPVRS – 3
Non-partisan
James Howard ROVENSKI
David W. KAELIN
Larry BUTLER
Jasmine WOODARD
Raymond L. ADAMS SR.

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE – DISTRICT 1
Republican Party
Shelly Renee CORMNEY
Democratic Party
Mera Kathryn CORLETT

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE – DISTRICT 2
Democratic Party
Gary FIELDS

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE – DISTRICT 3
Democratic Party
Angela D. HOLLINGSWORTH

CONSTABLE – DISTRICT 1
Republican Party
John D. ZEHNDER
Democratic Party
Bruce BOGGS JR.

CONSTABLE – DISTRICT 2
Republican Party
Virginia WOOLRIDGE
Democratic Party
Mike THOMPSON

CONSTABLE – DISTRICT 3
Democratic Party
Andre THOMAS

MAYOR
Republican Party
Angela LEET
Democratic Party
Greg FISCHER
Non-partisan
Douglas Edward LATTIMORE
Henry OWENS III.
Isaac Marion THACKER IV.
Billy RALLS
Jackie GREEN
Sean VANDEVANDER
Chris THIENEMAN

SCHOOL BOARD – DISTRICT 1
Non-partisan
Diane PORTER

SCHOOL BOARD – DISTRICT 3
Non-partisan
James CRAIG
Jenny BENNER
Judith L. BRADLEY
Derek Jermaine GUY

SCHOOL BOARD – DISTRICT 5
Non-partisan
Linda D. DUNCAN

SCHOOL BOARD – DISTRICT 6
Non-partisan
Waymen EDDINGS
Corrie SHULL
Nicole AGHAALIANDASTJERDI
Angela SMITH

ANCHORAGE SCHOOL BOARD – 1
Non-partisan
Colleen Kelly ABATE
Rosanna GABRIELE
Wendell W. HARRIS
Hannah BARNES

ANCHORAGE SCHOOL BOARD – 2 – Unexpired Term
Non-partisan
Robert T. WATSON

ANCHORAGE MAYOR
Non-partisan
W. Thomas HEWITT

ANCHORAGE COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Neil RAMSEY
Brian RUBLEIN
Jason WALTERS
Cecelia HAGAN
William M. WETHERTON
Matthew DELEHANTY
Diane Valentine COOK
T. Hunter WILSON

AUDUBON PARK MAYOR
Non-partisan
Tony WILLIAMS

AUDUBON PARK COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Andrew J. KLUMP
Daniel STEPHEN
Stephanie GEORGE
Seth Tyler KIRK
Jennifer W. KLEIER
Alex BREY
Ravi BHATIA
Madeline Mittel BOZEMAN
Brittney GORTER
Austin T. SCHWENKER

BANCROFT MAYOR
Non-partisan
Jeffrey S. MAGERS

BANCROFT COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Edwin L. EVERS
Michael BORDERS

BARBOURMEADE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Bryan COOMER

BARBOURMEADE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Robert T. LONGSHORE JR.
Thomas BUDNIAK
Dan Aron STREIT

BEECHWOOD VILLAGE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Timothy Logan GRIGGS
Timothy B. GEORGE JR.

BEECHWOOD VILLAGE COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Phyllis SKONICKI
Kelly CARLS
Lora COOMES
Mary Gwynne DOUGHERTY

BELLEMEADE MAYOR
Non-partisan
John W. MILLER

BELLEMEADE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Bob ELLIOTT
James N. MARTIN JR.
Andrew MILLER
Susan Dorten JARL
Jennifer GARDNER

BELLEWOOD MAYOR
Non-partisan
Mark KLEIN

BELLEWOOD COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Steve DOUGHERTY
Bruce S. GALE
Doug DeMOSS JR.
Austin KUPPER

BLUE RIDGE MANOR MAYOR
Non-partisan
Carla KREITMAN

BLUE RIDGE MANOR COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Debbie MILLS
Hans J. KLOSE
Porter S. LADY
F. Kenneth CONLIFFE

BRIARWOOD MAYOR
Non-partisan
Michael McGRATH

BRIARWOOD COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Brian K. SUTTON
Laura LITKEA
Robert TOLER

BROECK POINTE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Mark PETRUSKA

BROECK POINTE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Robin S. CECIL
Wendy PETRUSKA
Elizabeth KEENAN

BROWNSBORO VILLAGE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Mark W. JOYCE

BROWNSBORO VILLAGE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Dana Walker LINDLEY
Carol McCARTY
Fay DORVAL
Brian A. WILLIS

CAMBRIDGE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Stuart KING
Gary OSBORNE
Gayle WILHELMI

COLDSTREAM MAYOR
Non-partisan
J. Kevin TAYLOR

COLDSTREAM COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
William STARKS
Glenn BUSBY
Paul CHAPMAN

CREEKSIDE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Zakirhushain “Zak” DUGLA

CREEKSIDE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Thomas WILSON
Paul VITELLO
Beverly A. WILLIAMS
Richard BEAN

CROSSGATE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Kirk HILBRECHT

CROSSGATE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Megan M. DOHN
Chas KRISH
Lawrence L. KIRSCHENBAUM
Jamie GERRISH

DOUGLASS HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Rick MORESCHI
Bonnie JUNG

DOUGLASS HILLS COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Matthew NELSON
Denise SCARPELLINI
Neil G. SANDEFUR
Patti Walker EUBANKS
Jeffrey J. RIDDLE
Jason A. BOWMAN
William “Bill” MIDDLETON

DRUID HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Ben FRANKLIN

DRUID HILLS COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
David WESTFALL
Ben ARNOLD
Bruce Charles BARBOUR
Alex GIPE

FOREST HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Kenneth W. GRIFFIN

FOREST HILLS COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Lydia MOEL
Sharon C. DOLL
Sharon HENRY
Chris WRIGHT
Gayle KNOOP

GLENVIEW MAYOR
Non-partisan
Walter T. HALBLEIB

GLENVIEW COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Donald BENNETT
John L. WARMACK JR.
Nanette TAFEL
Deborah M. REISS

GLENVIEW HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Bryan D. SCHMITT

GLENVIEW HILLS COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Justin F. WOODSON
Cordell LAWRENCE
Abigail GREEN
Lisa Aubrey BENTLEY

GLENVIEW MANOR MAYOR
Non-partisan
Joe MARTIN

GLENVIEW MANOR COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Michael RUSSELL
Kimberly PETERSON
Stephanie R. BELL
Jennifer T. RUE

GOOSE CREEK MAYOR
Non-partisan
Jim WINDERS

GOOSE CREEK COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Tony SCHELER
David COMBS
Will OLLIGES
Stuart WOOSLEY

GRAYMOOR-DEVONDALE MAYOR
Non-partisan
John VAUGHAN

GRAYMOOR-DEVONDALE COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
David MEINERS
David BEAUDOIN
Mark A. SITES
Yvette WINNETTE
Alan BRYANT

GREEN SPRING MAYOR
Non-partisan
Trevor S. CRAVENS

GREEN SPRING COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Samuel Kemp MASON
Chris von ALLMEN
T. E. “Tom” PHILLIPS
Stuart W. RIES

HERITAGE CREEK MAYOR
Non-partisan
Clifford “Larry” WEBB

HERITAGE CREEK COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Joseph “Joe” SOEDER
Tammy Lee LLOYD
Benny WARFORD
Billy MITCHELL
John BENZ
Mary Jean WHITEHOUSE

HICKORY HILL MAYOR
Non-partisan
Richard E. DEARING JR.

HICKORY HILL COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Paul GESSNER
Jackie RICHARDSON
Martha HOSKINS
David “Todd” JONES

HILLS AND DALES MAYOR
Non-partisan
Ralph George JOHANSON

HILLS AND DALES COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Barbara P. ROGERS
Diane TOBIN
Roger A. OWEN

HOLLOW CREEK MAYOR
Non-partisan
Ken WOODBURN
Sonja D. MINCH

HOLLOW CREEK COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Greg BLUM
Lois KITTEL
Bruce SAYLOR
Nani SINGLETON

HOUSTON ACRES MAYOR
Non-partisan
Charles BARTMAN

HOUSTON ACRES COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Mia Theresa SEITZ
Scott MEDLEY
Harvey HARDISON
Steven SCHLOTTER

HURSTBOURNE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Mary Schneider MASICK
George STEWART

HURSTBOURNE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Lois WAGNER
Norbert HANCOCK
Earl HUBBUCH
Bennie “Ben” JACKSON
Bill LEAVELL

HURSTBOURNE ACRES MAYOR
Non-partisan
Terry McALLISTER
Sean P. FORE

HURSTBOURNE ACRES COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Troy ESKRIDGE
Donna M. NICHOLS
Louis B. HAMILTON
Teresa C. RENNINGER
William Robert NOEL JR.
Brent O. HARDIN
Christine BOHNENKAMP

INDIAN HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Chip HANCOCK

INDIAN HILLS COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Stephen L. GRUEBBEL
Kate B. LINDSAY
Gary ULMER
James A. GIESEL
Mary “Mimi” ZINNIEL
Sandra CARROLL
James Philip “Jim” GRIES
Frank P. DOHENY JR.
Jason Alexander KRON
Laura J. DUNBAR
Kay MATTON
LuAnn N. GEORGE
Lee K. GARLOVE

JEFFERSONTOWN MAYOR
Non-partisan
William “Bill” DIERUF

JEFFERSONTOWN COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Ron POWELL
Mark BLUM
Carol PIKE
Bill YOUNG
Christopher SMITH
Kevin RICH
Brian ABRAMS
Vincent GRISANTI
Pam WARE
Ray “Chubby Ray” PERKINS
Warren DONALDSON
Tim HALL

KINGSLEY MAYOR
Non-partisan
Rebecca BELD

KINGSLEY COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Cindy LANDRY
Beryl WARD
George BURNS
Lesa FERGUSON

LANGDON PLACE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Mike FRANK

LANGDON PLACE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Charles R. O’BRYAN
Nicholas HOLMES
F. Scott SCINTA
Aaron HARDY

LINCOLNSHIRE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Lewis HUDSON

LINCOLNSHIRE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Emil PETER III.
Dean A. DUNCAN

LYNDON MAYOR
Non-partisan
Brent HAGAN

LYNDON COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Mardy SIDEBOTTOM
Carla S. NALLEY
Susan M. BARTO
Becky Baxter RICKETTS
Nathan SHANKS
Elizabeth KRAMER
Amy L. STUBER
Camille POPHAM
Trisha JEWELL
Kelly S. KRAMER

LYNNVIEW MAYOR
Non-partisan
Ann GLENN

LYNNVIEW COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Deborah OSBORN
Floyd “Randell” MATTHEWS
Suzanne STARK
Derek S. CARR
Linda PLAPPERT
Jesse D. PRUITT

MANOR CREEK MAYOR
Non-partisan
John YOUNG

MANOR CREEK COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Cynthia YORK
Clelland RUSSELL
Judy TIMMERING
Heather HISE
John RIESTER

MARYHILL ESTATES MAYOR
Non-partisan
F. Robert CAROTHERS III.

MARYHILL ESTATES COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Adele Pinto RYAN
Andrew McDowell RENDA
Elizabeth Staley JANSON
Ashlie Courvisier MERCER

MEADOWBROOK FARM MAYOR
Non-partisan
Diane WOODS

MEADOWBROOK FARM COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Gary SANFORD
David M. WOODS
Kelly L. VANCE

MEADOW VALE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Mary R. HORNEK
Matt HAMMOND

MEADOW VALE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Cathy MORROW
Mike JONES
Mary “Diane” ROBERTS

MEADOWVIEW ESTATES MAYOR
Non-partisan
Connie K. WHARTON

MEADOWVIEW ESTATES COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Dale VISH

MIDDLETOWN MAYOR
Non-partisan
J. Byron CHAPMAN
Todd ROLOW

MIDDLETOWN COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Tommie Lee ABBOTT
Ron WOLF
Mark STIGERS
Paul ZIMMERMAN
Amy E. OLIVER

MOCKINGBIRD VALLEY COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
David T. RICHARDSON
Richard A. LECHLEITER
Elizabeth W. DAVIS
Mark L. CORBETT
James Walker STITES III.

MOORLAND MAYOR
Non-partisan
David L. CHERVENAK JR.

MOORLAND COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Dwight E. GRAMMER
Morgan HERNDON

NORBOURNE ESTATES MAYOR
Non-partisan
Lucy HESKINS

NORBOURNE ESTATES COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Kevin M. THOMAS
Albert W. ERNY
Elena B. MARQUETTE
Jeffrey M. DAIBER

NORTHFIELD MAYOR
Non-partisan
Randolph CHAPPELL

NORTHFIELD COUNCIL
Non-partisan
James “Tracy” WALKER
Clark RHEA
Sharon BERGER
Brandon SMITH
Alan BIRCH
Steve LEVY

NORWOOD MAYOR
Non-partisan
Keith MONSOUR

NORWOOD COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Chris SCHNEIDTMILLER
Brian D. DRISCOLL
Ashley REDENBAUGH

OLD BROWNSBORO PLACE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Angela BAZANT
Amanda WALUKAS

PARKWAY VILLAGE MAYOR
Non-partisan
T. Paul AMSHOFF JR.

PARKWAY VILLAGE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Mary Rose EVANS
Mara Beth CRAVENS
Tabitha HILLMAN-BURCHAM
Barry W. CRAVENS
Meredith RUBIN
Ken WHITE SR.

PLANTATION MAYOR
Non-partisan
Becky PEAK

PLANTATION COUNCIL
Non-partisan
Kurt WEIGLE
Roy G. WELLER
Susan SCHNEIDER
Kathryn B. RAY
Nita JAMES
Holly L. LAW
Jeanene CLARK

PROSPECT MAYOR
Non-partisan
John E. EVANS
Scott WHITEHOUSE

PROSPECT COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Harold SCHEWE
Sandra Cerow LEONARD
William W. TERRY
Gregory HUELSMAN
Rande Nortof SWANN
Frank FULCHER
Richard OVERY

RICHLAWN COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Andrew CARPENTER

RIVERWOOD MAYOR
Non-partisan
JOHN M. DeWEESE

RIVERWOOD COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Sumner MacDONALD
Alex P. HERRINGTON JR.
Robert B. VICE
Lawrence BORAM

ROLLING FIELDS COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Daniel Doherty TAFEL
Cyrus RADFORD
Robert JOHNSTON

ROLLING HILLS COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
J. Brent MONROE
David M. METZ
Michele BAGWELL-FAWVER

SAINT MATTHEWS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Richard J. TONINI

SAINT MATTHEWS COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Robert C. ORR
Nicholas SCHADE
Bernard BOWLING JR.
Stuart MONOHAN
Cathi CLARK
Tim HOLLAND
Mary Jo Garvey NAY
Patrick WISSING
Amy OLSON
Fred WHITE
Shaun P. McKIERNAN
Tony G. WEITER
Frank A. FLYNN

SAINT REGIS PARK MAYOR
Non-partisan
Brandt DAVIS

SAINT REGIS PARK COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
John AMBACK
Louie SCHWEICKHARDT
Craig THEIS
Don ” D. J.” FOUNTAIN
Cheryl M. WILLETT
Jeffrey WEIS
Eric SHACKELFORD

SENECA GARDENS MAYOR
Non-partisan
David L. BROWN

SENECA GARDENS COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
James M. MORRIS
Amie E. SCHULTEN
Andrea DIEBOLD
John E. MORRIS

SHIVELY MAYOR
Democratic Party
Beverly Chester BURTON

SHIVELY COUNCILMEMBER
Republican Party
Dennis STENGEL
Democratic Party
Lisa BEARD
Shanell R. THOMPSON
Tiffany M. BURTON
Chester L. BURRELL
Maria D. JOHNSON
Delbert R. VANCE

SPRING MILL MAYOR
Non-partisan
Karen NALLY

SPRING MILL COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Richard NALLY
Doris BADER

SPRING VALLEY MAYOR
Non-partisan
J. Patrick LONG

SPRING VALLEY COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
R. Scott McCORKLE
Michael J. MOYANO
Gregory J. WAKELING

STRATHMOOR MANOR MAYOR
Non-partisan
Brian COBB

STRATHMOOR MANOR COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Kathy ZANDONA
Robert L. PETERSON JR.
Brooke HEITZ
Susan STOPHER

STRATHMOOR VILLAGE MAYOR
Non-partisan
Jay BOWMAN

STRATHMOOR VILLAGE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
John BARROW
Mark E. KLEIN
Timothy G. SCHROERING

SYCAMORE MAYOR
Non-partisan
James BARR

SYCAMORE COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Virginia FORESMAN
Anne HESS
Amy P. WILLIAMS
Sally FANGMAN

TEN BROECK MAYOR
Non-partisan
David N. BRADLEY

TEN BROECK COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Theodore D. WILLIAMS
Michael HORBANIUK
Barbara J. HUTCHISON
Christopher KNOOP

THORNHILL MAYOR
Non-partisan
Julea LAWSON

THORNHILL COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Kelly PULLEN
William A. PIERCE JR.
Allyson STOUT
Kay WILLIS

WATTERSON PARK MAYOR
Non-partisan
Linda CHESSER

WATTERSON PARK COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Phillip JOHNSON
Brett ASHLEY
Gina GARRETT
Tiffany WOODSON
Helen Jo ARNOLD
Marlene A. WELSH
Steven L. FORTWENGLER

WELLINGTON MAYOR
Non-partisan
Sandra MOON

WELLINGTON COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Carol PETRITES
Christopher SCHULZ
Sara Freibert SIEVERT
Milos MALDONADO
Neal COX

WEST BUECHEL MAYOR
Non-partisan
Brenda Kay MOORE
Joseph MATTINGLY
Toby CLARK
Rick RICHARDS
Robert “Randy” MULLINS

WEST BUECHEL COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Clara CRAWFORD
Evelyn SALDANA
John CAMPBELL
Loy CRAWFORD
Rhonda S. SANDERS
Billy HILL
Thomas FOX
Brandie WILSON
Ashley STEWART
Bonnie MANNING

WESTWOOD MAYOR
Non-partisan
Nancy LAMBERT

WESTWOOD COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Nancy VINSEL
Robert S. OAKLEY
Robert PURDY
Richard WATKINS

WILDWOOD MAYOR
Non-partisan
Shannon BELL

WILDWOOD COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Patricia LaFOLLETTE
Nick HELLMICH
Robert DAY
Joseph A. KIPP
Phillip W. MYERS

WINDY HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Michael B. LUBEACH
Helen M. DAVIS

WINDY HILLS COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Norbert L. STEWART
Marianne RADEMAKER
Kate Kirwan GREER
Kimberly GREENROSE
James Allan MAINS
Laura TRACHTENBERG
Bruce E. BLUE
Marcia Clark MYERS
Suzanne SPENCER
Carl HORTON
Heather RUSSELL-SIMMONS

WOODLAND HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Michael J. F. OCHS

WOODLAND HILLS COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Ronnie G. COX JR.
Sally M. TILFORD
David W. TILFORD
Brad RICCA

WOODLAWN PARK MAYOR
Non-partisan
Larry LEWIS

WOODLAWN PARK COUNCILMEMBER
Non-partisan
Christopher Scott HORN
Gregory CLAYPOOL
Douglas WATSON
Shannon SEIDT
Thomas M. NUNN
Mike BROWN
George LANGFORD

WORTHINGTON HILLS MAYOR
Non-partisan
Bob STONUM

WORTHINGTON HILLS COMMISSIONER
Non-partisan
Carol CAMPBELL
Linda B. BEVILLE
Kenneth TICHENOR
Dennis R. METCALF

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Check Your Registration Status

Voters can check their registration status at the Kentucky Secretary of State’s site. Below we’ve embedded a tool that allows you to look up your voting information. If you’d like to open this in its own window or it is not displaying select this link to open a new window.Check Your Registration Status

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Voting Rights Restoration

In Kentucky, non-violent felons can apply for voting rights registration/record expungement 5 years after their probation or the end of their sentence.  Complete the Restoration of Civil Rights Application and return it to the Kentucky Department Of Corrections address at the bottom of the application.  It can take 12 weeks before the application is processed so completing it early is important.
You can read more about the process and challenges here in Kentucky provided by the Brennan Center.  It discusses the changes Gov. Beshear rook before leaving office and the changes Gov. Matt Bevin took to undo the reforms.
Voting is an important right, despite the current process you should complete the application.  Voting Rights will only be restored if you actively seek them.

Following an executive order on December 22, 2015 by the state’s governor, Kentucky’s felony disenfranchisement law is once again one of the harshest in the nation. Its constitution permanently bars all individuals with past felony convictions from voting, unless the governor restores the right to vote. – Brennan Center

Restoration of Civil Rights 3-2016
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You May Register To Vote At 17

You may register to vote if you are 17 if you will be 18 on November 6, 2018.  Its important that you register ASAP as voters must be registered for the November election by October 9, 2018.

Its awesome that you are getting involved in your first election. We suggest you review who your current representatives are and find out who is up for re-election.  Contact them, they are YOUR representative.  As a voter these people work for you.

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You Can Register Online To Vote

Registering online is easy in Kentucky.  Anyone who meets the following criteria is eligible to vote.

You may register to vote if you are:

  • A native-born or naturalized U.S. citizen who is 18 years old by the date of the next General Election
  • A resident of the state and county at least 28 days before the election
  • A convicted felon whose civil rights have been legally restored
  • Any citizen who has not been judged “mentally incompetent” in a court of law
  • Any citizen who does not claim the right to vote outside Kentucky

If you meet the criteria above simply visit the State Board of Elections, or expand the accordion tab below to open the site. The campaign will NOT retain any information you enter into this form.  Besides that, campaigns already have access to state voter information. You may also call the Jefferson County Clerk’s Election Office at 502-574-6100

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You Can Not Register To Vote Online

The wording is a little confusing so if we are asking if its possible to register so that you can vote online rather than in person at a polling location that is NOT possible.  The United States does not currently have a method to vote online and security concerns likely will keep that far ahead of us. Here’s an article if you like on it from the Huffington Post.

If you were asking though if it was possible to register to vote while online and then you expected to head into a polling place on election day then certainly.

 

 

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You may register to vote if you are:

  • A native-born or naturalized U.S. citizen who is 18 years old by the date of the next General Election
  • A resident of the state and county at least 28 days before the election
  • A convicted felon whose civil rights have been legally restored
  • Any citizen who has not been judged “mentally incompetent” in a court of law
  • Any citizen who does not claim the right to vote outside Kentucky

A link to register online is below, or you may call the Election Center at (502) 574-6100 to request that a registration card be mailed to you.

Register To Vote Online

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How To Register To Vote Online

( You can also follow these instructions to update your registration )

register to vote

Registering to vote is extremely easy and you can do it in likely less time than it will take to finish reading this in depth answer.

First click this link Online Voter Registration where you will click Next.

Select if you are registering yourself. “I am registering as an individual.” Click OK

You will then need to check each box on the page basically saying you are citizen who isn’t mentally incompetent, not a felon, 18 yrs old and not voting somewhere else.

Enter your social security number and date of birth. Click Next

If the system recognizes you your name, phone and email will populate, if it is correct press Next.  If it is not correct, correct it.  If it is blank, fill it in and click Next.

Select your party affiliation and click next.

Enter your address and click Next, if it is already entered then click Next.

The final screen will provide you a chance to Review your registration.  After you have verified it is correct choose a signature method.  You can “Use my KY Driver’s License” or “I will sign digitally.”

Signing digitally is quick and easy.  Just use your mouse to “sign” your name and then click Next.

You’ll then be shown a form that you can print for your records, but it is not an official document.  After a couple weeks you’ll receive confirmation from your county clerk that you’re registered.

Voter Registration Deadline is 

After October 9 2018 you may still register but you will not likely be able to vote on this coming election day.

 

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Louisville KY Voter Polling Locations

Voting precincts inside Jefferson County, Kentucky are based off of 2013 redistricting precincts and aligned to the county boundary. These boundaries represent areas used during the voting and election administration. This dataset contains polygons and attributes which represent the 623 voting precincts in Jefferson County, Kentucky. It includes the precinct name or number assigned following the redistricting process. The data was generated following the release of the 2010 Census data and was finalized in 2013, after a court mandated redistricting revision. Precinct boundaries are the fundamental building blocks of all political layers in Jefferson County, KY.

[su_note note_color=”#ffb566″]We’ve added a map of the over 600 election precincts in Louisville to our 2018 Complete Voter Guide. You can access it from the top menu at “Voter Guide”.[/su_note]

Visit http://data.lojic.org/datasets/jefferson-county-ky-voting-precincts?geometry=-86.086%2C38.088%2C-85.21%2C38.277 if the map from the County Clerk’s website fails to load.

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Louisville Primary Election

Sample Ballot 2018

Below is an example of a sample ballot for Jefferson County, Kentucky during the 2018 Primary Election which was held on May 22, 2018.   Results are posted for this election within seandelahanty.com’s FAQs.

UPDATE: We’ve released a nearly complete Sample Ballot that covers all county-wide offices and the candidates running for those positions. The easiest way to review Sample Ballots and other vital information before the election is to check out our 2018 Complete Voters Guide.

Judicial Offices Sample Ballot

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Louisville General Election 2018

Sample Ballot

Sample ballots will be made available for download for Jefferson County voters approximately 4 weeks before the election in October 2018.  Check back here for your sample ballot.

The General Election will include offices such as:

  • Louisville Metro Mayor
  • Louisville Metro Council Districts
  • Judicial Races in Circuit Court and District Court
  • Sheriff
  • Jefferson County Clerk
  • Jefferson County Fiscal Court and others

To see who is running for office in the Louisville General Election 2018 check out our FAQ.

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Check Your Voter Registration Online

Fill Out the embedded form below to look up your voter information, including polling location, districts that you live in and voter registration status. This page is best viewed on a laptop or desktop. If you are using a mobile phone or if you just want the address of the Secretary Of State’s site you can visit https://vrsws.sos.ky.gov/VIC/

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Kentucky Courts

 

 District Court

District Court is the court of limited jurisdiction and handles juvenile matters, city and county ordinances, misdemeanors, violations, traffic offenses, probate of wills, arraignments, felony probable cause hearings, small claims involving $2,500 or less, civil cases involving $5,000 or less, voluntary and involuntary mental commitments and cases relating to domestic violence and abuse. District judges serve four-year terms.

 Circuit Court

Circuit Court is the court of general jurisdiction that hears civil matters involving more than $5,000, capital offenses and felonies, land dispute title cases and contested probate cases. Circuit Court has the power to issue injunctions, writs of prohibition and writs of mandamus and to hear appeals from District Court and administrative agencies.

As a division of Circuit Court with general jurisdiction, the family court division of Circuit Court further retains primary jurisdiction in cases involving dissolution of marriage; child custody; visitation; maintenance and support; equitable distribution of property in dissolution cases; adoption; and, termination of parental rights. In addition to general jurisdiction of Circuit Court, the family court division of Circuit Court, concurrent with the District Court, has jurisdiction over proceedings involving domestic violence and abuse; the Uniform Act on Paternity and the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act; dependency, neglect, and abuse; and, juvenile status offenses.

One judge may serve more than one county within a circuit. Some circuits contain only one county but have several judges, depending on population and caseload. Circuit judges serve in eight-year terms.

Family Court

Family Court provides one judge to hear all of a family’s issues relating to divorce, child custody, adoption, termination of parental rights, domestic violence, child abuse and neglect. Because Family Court is devoted exclusively to cases involving families and children, these cases do not compete with criminal and other civil cases for court time.

Family Court is a division of Circuit Court, Kentucky’s highest trial court level, and employs full-time judges with the same qualifications as those who serve other divisions of Circuit Court. Family Court currently serves more than 3.2 million Kentuckians in 71 counties.

 

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The Kentucky gubernatorial election, 2019 will be conducted on November 5 to choose the Governor of Kentucky. Primary elections will occur on May, 21, 2019. Incumbent Republican Governor Matt Bevin is eligible to run for reelection to a second term. Bevin has announced that he will run for a second term in office.

Matt Bevin

Andy Beshear the current Attorney General of Kentucky has announced he will seek the democratic nomination for Governor. Beshear is the son of Steve Beshear the governor previous to Matt Bevin.  If Matt Bevin is re-elected he will become the first Republican to be re-elected governor in Kentucky’s history. No Republican has ever been elected to consecutive terms.

Andy Beshear

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APPLICATION DEADLINES

Applications must be submitted by:
Primary Election: April 23, 2018
General Election: October 9, 2018
You must be registered by October 9, 2018 to participate in the November 6, 2018 General Election.  Those wanting to register may do so online or in person at the County Clerk’s office or at a Driver License (DMV) office.  Unlike typical races Judicial Races are nonpartisan.  Kentucky allows you to vote “straight party ticket” or for every candidate of a specific party with one box. If you do vote straight party you still need to vote in the NONPARTISAN Judicial races.
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The next general election in Louisville, KY will be held November 6, 2018.  Offices on the ballot are largely local municipal, judicial and state legislative seats.

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Finding Your Polling Location

The Jefferson County Clerk’s Office handles polling locations and elections.  The link below will open in an additional window so you don’t lose your place on our site.  If you have issues reaching the site due to a popup window their address is http://www.jeffersoncountyclerk.org/WhereDoIVote/
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A quick note about their site.  For whatever reason the Jefferson County Clerk’s Office website does not use an SSL certificate which is the cornerstone of modern day secure web sites.  Because they do not have this basic layer of security we are unable to display their site on our page.  Our site uses SSL certificates meaning your data look up would be secure, since they do not you’ll likely see a notice when access their site that your information is not secure.  This is their site’s issue.

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Complete list of candidates for District Court Judges in Louisville.  Voters will pick one candidate per division.  Sean Delahanty is the District Court Judge in Division Six.  Division six candidates are in bold below.  Candidates who filed for District Court with the Secretary of State’s office were:

Louisville District Court Candidates
Annette Karem 1804 Aberdeen Drive
Louisville, KY 40205
District Judge 30th/1st Nonpartisan
Amber B. Wolf 317 Winton Ave.
Louisville, KY 40206
District Judge 30th/2nd Nonpartisan
Tracy Davis 3701 Terrace Hills Drive, #203
Louisville, KY 40245
District Judge 30th/3rd Nonpartisan
Kristina Garvey 3713 Hillsboro Rd.
Louisville, KY 40207
District Judge 30th/3rd Nonpartisan
L. J. “Todd” Hollenbach IV. 317 Jarvis Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
District Judge 30th/4th Nonpartisan
Julie Kaelin 1404 Debarr Street
Louisville, KY 40204
District Judge 30th/4th Nonpartisan
Jennifer H. Leibson 7607 Old Orchard Ct.
Louisville, KY 40222
District Judge 30th/5th Nonpartisan
Sean R. Delahanty 1381 Tyler Park Drive
Louisville, KY 40204
District Judge 30th/6th Nonpartisan
Lisa L. Langford 6601 Ken Carla Drive
Prospect, KY 40059
District Judge 30th/6th Nonpartisan
Jennifer Bryant Wilcox 1104 Colonel Anderson Parkway
Louisville, KY 40222
District Judge 30th/7th Nonpartisan
David Paul Bowles 3629 Kelly Way
Louisville, KY 40220
District Judge 30th/8th Nonpartisan
Daniel “Danny” Alvarez 2326 Stannye Drive
Louisville, KY 40222
District Judge 30th/9th Nonpartisan
Tanisha Ann Hickerson 4618 Wooded Oak Circle
Louisville, KY 40245
District Judge 30th/9th Nonpartisan
Sara Michael Nicholson 302 Coralberry Road
Louisville, KY 40207
District Judge 30th/10th Nonpartisan
Jessica Ann Moore 3044 Bardstown Rd.
#109
Louisville, KY 40205
District Judge 30th/11th Nonpartisan
Eric Haner 2047 Sherwood Ave.
Louisville, KY 40205
District Judge 30th/12th Nonpartisan
Anne Delahanty 2863 Regan Road
Louisville, KY 40206
District Judge 30th/13th Nonpartisan
Stephanie Pearce Burke 212 Bellemeade Road
Louisville, KY 40222
District Judge 30th/14th Nonpartisan
Anne Haynie P.O. Box 262
Prospect, KY 40059
District Judge 30th/15th Nonpartisan
Katie King 3400 Dutchmans Lane
Louisville, KY 40205
District Judge 30th/16th Nonpartisan
Erica Lee Williams 11106 Rock Bend Way
Louisville, KY 40241
District Judge 30th/17th Nonpartisan
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Louisville Metro Council District Map And Candidates

Every two years half of the Metro Council seats are elected.  In 2018 all odd numbered districts are on the 2018 General Election Ballet in November.  You can determine which district is yours using the map below, select a tab number to see who is running in that district.

METRO COUNCIL – 1st DISTRICT
Democratic Party
Jessica GREEN

METRO COUNCIL – 3rd DISTRICT
Democratic Party
Keisha DORSEY

METRO COUNCIL – 5th DISTRICT
Republican Party
John Mark OWEN
Democratic Party
Donna Lyvette PURVIS

METRO COUNCIL – 7th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Kent HALL
Democratic Party
Paula McCRANEY

METRO COUNCIL – 9th DISTRICT
Democratic Party
Bill HOLLANDER

METRO COUNCIL – 11th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Kevin J. KRAMER
Democratic Party
Derek Trent ASHCRAFT

METRO COUNCIL – 13th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Jennifer ALEXANDER
Democratic Party
Mark FOX

METRO COUNCIL – 15th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Richard O. BROWN
Democratic Party
Kevin TRIPLETT

METRO COUNCIL – 17th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Glen E. STUCKEL
Democratic Party
Markus WINKLER

METRO COUNCIL – 19th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Anthony B. PIAGENTINI
Democratic Party
William R. ACKERMAN III.

METRO COUNCIL – 21st DISTRICT
Republican Party
Bret A. SHULTZ
Democratic Party
Nicole GEORGE
Non-partisan
John A. WITT

METRO COUNCIL – 23rd DISTRICT
Republican Party
James PEDEN

METRO COUNCIL – 25th DISTRICT
Republican Party
Harold Temoth HENLEY JR.
Democratic Party
David YATES

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The following table provides current State Representatives for Jefferson County in the Kentucky General Assembly.  If you’d like more information about the General Assembly candidates and review district maps you can do so in the Voter’s Guide State Legislature page.

28 Miller, Charles (D) Jefferson
29 Bratcher, Kevin D. (R) Jefferson
30 Burch, Tom (D) Jefferson
31 Riggs, Steve (D) Jefferson
32 Moffett, Phil (R) Jefferson
33 Nemes, Jason (R) Jefferson, Oldham
34 Marzian, Mary Lou (D) Jefferson
35 Wayne, Jim (D) Jefferson
36 Miller, Jerry T. (R) Jefferson, Oldham
37 Donohue, Jeffery (D) Jefferson
38 Cantrell, McKenzie (D) Jefferson
39 Meyer, Russ A. (D) Fayette, Jessamine
40 Horlander, Dennis (D) Jefferson
41 Scott, Attica (D) Jefferson
42 Meeks, Reginald (D) Jefferson
43 Owens, Darryl T. (D) Jefferson
44 Jenkins, Joni L. (D) Jefferson
45 Lee, Stan (R) Fayette
46 Gentry, Al (D) Jefferson
47 Rand, Rick (D) Carroll, Gallatin, Henry, Trimble
48 Fleming , Ken (R) Jefferson, Oldham
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