In Feb. 4 Issue
In the drawing for positions on that ballot last Thursday at the clerk's office for the May party primaries here were the results.
As there was only one person filing for County Clerk, Lisha R. Popplewell, the Republican incumbent, will not be on the ballot until November.
For Sheriff, Republican incumbent Larry Bennett is first on the ballot followed by Tim Pierce (R). James Eugene Fetty is the only listing under the Democrats so his name passes through to the November ballot as all unopposed party candidates will.
Several filed for Property Valuation Administrator, but Brook Bunch, the Democrat presently appointed to fill an expired term has announced that she has withdrawn from the race.
The order for the May ballot in that race will be Kim Byrom (R) Tim Popplewell (R), Anthony Todd Carnes (R), and again the Democrat Roger Black will be on the November ballot.
In the County Judge-Executive primary Ralph Creech (R) will be listed followed by incumbent Mickey Garner, with Gary D. Robertson challenging the winner in November.
Running for County Attorney are Republican incumbent Mark McGaha, who will be fist on the ballot, and Kevin Shearer (R). The winner will face Jeffery T. Loy in November.
In the race for Coroner both the Republican incumbent Larry Skaggs and challenger Bill W. Carroll, (D), will face off in the general election this fall.
Running for Jailer is Democrat Tim Glover who will face either David R. Bernard, first on the ballot, Bobby S. Dunbar or the third man on the ballot in May, Robert Stanton, (R).
The race for County Surveyor has one each of both parties and so passing on to the fall election are Michael Kevin Syphax (D), and Robert "Bobby" Smith (R).
Several of the magisterial races are crowded, with only District 5 having a pass in the primary. Following are magisterial candidates in the order they will appear on the ballot.
Ronald "Ron" Brumley
Shelby David Flanagan (R)
David L. Kearns (R),
Chad Aaron (R)
Terry Huckaby (R)
Greg Popplewell (R) incumbent
The winner will face Democrat Dwaine "Dude" West.
Travis D. Mann
Marvin Jr. Brown
With the winner facing Democrat John "Brack" Flanagan.
Ronald Johnson (R) incumbent
Ronald Cook (R)
With the winner facing Marty Kazsuk (D).
Dale Carey (R)
Darrell Stearns (R)
Jimmy R. McQueary (R) incumbent
And the winner of the primary will face Steve Richardson (D) in November.
In the Magisterial District 5 race Larry W. Holt (R), and Lou Ann Gore Flanagan (D) will face off in November.
In the race for Mayor of Jamestown Terry K. Lawless is the sole entrant and no one has yet filed for Mayor of Russell Springs. Since city races are non-partisan, filing for those races and city council seats is open until August, with the election in November.
Rounding out the local elections are the constable races-
Billy Cross (R)
Perry Brumley (R)
Larry Appleby (R)
Ricky Wooldridge (R)
Larry M. Grider (R) incumbent
Ralph E. Hammond (R)
Jeffery Aaron (D) in the fall
Lawrence Conner (R)
Mark Helm (R)
Orvis Roy (R) incumbent
Johnny Melson (R)
Roger Russell (R)
Johnny Russell (R)
William Mark Blakeman (R)
Reggie Gosser (R)
Denzil McGinnis (R)
Daron Russell (R)
Troy Moore (R)
Tracy Smith (R)
Michael "Toe Joe" Bray (R)
Larry Bunch (R) incumbent
Ronald Powell (R)
Dale Brown (R)
For the 40th District Judge in the 2nd Division, incumbent James M. "Mike" Lawson is unopposed.
In the 1st Division of the 40th District Athena Cooper, Scarlett B. Latham, and Larry E. Rogers will square off in November since there is no party affiliation in judicial races.
Jeff Hoover is running unopposed for the 83rd District of the Kentucky House of Representatives.
There are 11 candidates for US Senate: James Buckmaster, Jack Conway, Daniel Mongiardo, Darlene Price, Maurice M. Sweeny, C.M. "Trey" Grayson, Bill Johnson, Gurley L. Martin, Rand Paul, Jon J. Scribner, and John Stephenson. US Senate ballot positions were not available as of press time.