Elections

Chase Cavanaugh

Lexington’s Mayoral election concludes with a second term for incumbent Jim Gray.  His challenger, however, still sees his campaign as a success. 

Incumbent Jim Gray and Challenger Anthany Beatty cast their votes in Lexington's mayoral race this morning. 

NPR will be live-blogging election night on the NPR Politics Tumblr. Keep up on the latest with continuous news updates, quotes, and images. See below...

Judge of the Court of Appeals- 5th Appellate District:

Division 1:

Larry VanMeter (incumbent)

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Division 2:

Glenn Acree (incumbent)

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Circuit Judge-22nd Judicial Circuit:

Division 1-Family Court:

Tim Philpot (incumbent)

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Division 2-Family Court:

John Schrader(incumbent)

Traci H. Boyd

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Division 3:

James “Jim” Ishmael, Jr.  (incumbent)

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Division 4:

Pamela R. Goodwine  (incumbent)

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Division 5-Family Court:

Urban County Mayor:

Jim Gray (incumbent)

Anthany Beatty Sr.

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Urban County Council:

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At Large:

Steve Kay (incumbent)

Richard Maloney

Kevin O. Stinnett

Bill Cegelka

Jon Larson

Chris Logan

1st District:

Chris Ford (incumbent)

2nd District:

Shevawn Akers (incumbent)

Michael Stewart

3rd District:

J. “Jake” Gibbs

Chuck Ellinger II

State Races

Oct 30, 2014

Kentucky State Senate:

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12th District:

Kathy Warnecke Ryan (D)

Alice Forgy Kerr (R, incumbent)

22nd District:

Tom Buford (R, incumbent)

28th District :

R. J. Palmer II (D, incumbent)

Ralph Alvarado (R)

34th District:

Michael Cope (D)

Jared K Carpenter (R, incumbent)

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Kentucky House of Representatives:

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39th District:

Russ Meyer (D)

National Races

Oct 30, 2014

U.S. Senate:

Alison Lundergan Grimes (D)

Mitch McConnell (R, incumbent)  

David Patterson (Libertarian)

U.S. House of Representatives, Kentucky 6th District:

Elizabeth Jensen (D)

Andy Barr (R, incumbent)

The following links list all races to be voted on in Fayette County.  Candidates are sorted by position, party, and incumbency. 

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National Races

State Races

Municipal Races

Nonpartisan Judicial Races

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Bowling Green, KY – Barack Obama's inauguration as the nation's first African-American president is especially inspiring to those Americans who remember the days of segregation. Lisa Autry watched Obama's swearing-in with a Kentuckian who remembers what it was like to be treated as a second-class citizen.

Full story and audio at WKYU news

Lexington, KY – New WUKY Commentator Kiley Lane shares her thoughts on the historic events unfolding in America this week.

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