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Municipal Races

Urban County Mayor:

Jim Gray (incumbent)

Anthany Beatty Sr.


Urban County Council:


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

4th District:

Julian Beard (incumbent)

Susan Lamb

5th District:

Bill Farmer Jr. (incumbent)

6th District:

Angela Evans

Thomas J. Hem

7th District:

Jennifer Scutchfield

Michael Moynahan

8th District:

Fred V. Brown

LeTonia A. Jones

9th District:

Jennifer Mossotti (incumbent)

Victoria Fath

10th District:

Harry Clarke (incumbent)

Amanda Mays Bledsoe

11th District:

Peggy Henson (incumbent)

12th District:

Ed Lane (incumbent)


Other County Offices:


Property Value Administrator:

David O’ Neill (D, incumbent)

County Judge/Executive:

Alayne White (D)

John S. Roberts (R)

Fayette County Attorney:
Larry S. Roberts (D, incumbent)

County Clerk:

Donald Blevins Sr. (D, incumbent)

Kathy H Witt (D, incumbent)

Brian A. Potters (R)

County Commissioner 1st District:

Robert “Bob” Pattie (R)

County Commissioner 2nd District:

Doug Rigsby (D)

County Commissioner 3rd District:

Rick Meadows (write-in)


Gary Ginn (D, incumbent)

Larry Owens (R)

County Surveyor:

Ronald W. Berry (R, incumbent)

Magistrate, 1st District:

J. Michael Haskins (write-in)

Magistrate 2nd District:

Lisa Moore Fath (R, incumbent)

Magistrate 3rd District:

Chrysanthia Carr-Seals (D)

Fayette County Constable 1st District:

Jeff D. Jacob (D)

Wayne McNabb (R)

Fayette County Constable 2nd District:

Kenneth Wayne Windburn (D)

Jim McKenzie (R, incumbent)

Fayette County Constable 3rd District:

Edward “Eddie” Sparks (D)

Steve Hamlin (R, incumbent)


Board of Education:


District 2:

Doug Barnett (incumbent)

Roger Cleveland

District 4:

Amanda Main Ferguson (incumbent)

Natasha Murray

Josh James fell in love with college radio at Western Kentucky University's student station, New Rock 92 (now Revolution 91.7). After working as a DJ and program director, he knew he wanted to come home to Lexington and try his hand in public radio.
Chase Cavanaugh first got on the air as a volunteer reader for Central Kentucky Radio Eye, a local news service for the visually impaired. He began reporting for WUKY in February 2012, after receiving his Master’s degree from the University of Kentucky’s Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce.