State Treasurer

Ball Wants To End Her Office's Reliance On Taxpayer Funds

Jan 11, 2018
Office of Kentucky Treasurer

Kentucky state Treasurer Allison Ball is supporting a bill aimed at ending her office's reliance on taxpayer money.

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Louisville businessman Neville Blakemore has filed to run for state treasurer as a Democrat.  Blakemore is the chairman of Great Northern Building Products, which sells construction equipment. He has raised more than $200,000 for the May 19 Democratic primary.

Colmon Elridge, a senior staff member in Gov. Steve Beshear's office who spent some of his formative years homeless in central Kentucky is among a group of black Kentuckians trying to make electoral history in 2015.