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2014 Election: Unofficial Results in PVA, CJE, Sheriff races

Unofficial totals show:
  • Unofficial totals show Michael Lee STEPHENS with 4,622 votes, 64.59% for County Judge Executive, and incumbent Ann Melton with 2,534 votes, 35.41%.

  • Jeffrey L. FEESE winning the race for Property Valuation Administrator, with 3,478 votes, 63.56%, defeating write in candidate J. Brandon Thompson, who received 1,994 votes, 36.44%.

  • Unofficial totals in the race for Sheriff show Democrat Harrison MOSS with 3,671 votes, 50.41% winning over Republican candidate Josh Brockman, who received 3,611, 49.59%.

  • Unofficial totals show Republican Joey WHITE with 5,136 votes, 73.61%, and Darrel BAKER 1841 vote, 26.39%



  • This story was posted on 2014-11-04 21:29:09
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Incoming Adair First Family election night 4 Nov 2014



2014-11-05 - 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
Adair County Judge Executive-Elect Mike Stephens is in back, center, with his wife Anita to his right.
From left are Mendel Sexton and Mike Stephens daughter, LaGene Sexton; Mike's granddaughters, Meridith Corbin and Raegann Stephens; (Mike and Anita); Mike's son Lee Stephens and wife Lindsay and, in front right, their son, Trey Stephens. The photo was taken at the Adair County courthouse annex after results pouring in indicated a big victory for the Democrat. A smooth transition has been assured by both outgoing CJE Ann Melton and the newly elected CJE Mike Stephens who had victories in all precincts except Little Cake, were he narrowly lost. Out of the frame were Jonathan and Jennie Begley and Katie who are Anita's son, his wife, and their daughter.

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