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2014 Election: All Adair County Results

Click headline for a list of all Adair County races with total votes recieved for the 2014 General Election.
Circuit Judge, 29th Judicial Circuit
  • Judy D. VANCE - 5022 Votes (100.00%)


City Council - City of Columbia (top six win)
  1. Charles GRIMSLEY - 824 Votes (15.48%)
  2. Craig DEAN - 728 Votes (13.68%)
  3. Ronald P. Butch" ROGERS" - 724 Votes (13.60%)
  4. Mark HARRIS - 678 Votes (12.74%)
  5. Anthony C. LASLEY - 655 Votes (12.31%)
  6. Linda WAGGENER - 654 Votes (12.29%)

  7. Robert W. FLOWERS - 568 Votes (10.67%)
  8. Kenneth H. DULIN - 491 Votes (9.23%)


Constable 1st Magisterial District
  • William Bill" TROUTWINE" (Rep.) - 599 Votes (100.00%)


Constable 2nd Magisterial District
  • Shannon ROWE (Rep.) - 646 Votes (100.00%)


Constable 3rd Magisterial District
  • Robert R. LOY (Rep.) - 591 Votes (100.00%)


Constable 4th Magisterial District
  • Ed WIGAL (Rep.) - 674 Votes (100.00%)


Constable 5th Magisterial District
  • Tim BOTTOMS (Rep.) - 745 Votes (100.00%)


Constable 6th Magisterial District
  • Jason RECTOR (Rep.) - 661 Votes (100.00%)


Constable 7th Magisterial District
  • Joe COLLINS (Rep.) - 879 Votes (100.00%)


Coroner
  • Todd A. AKIN (Rep.) - 5733 Votes (100.00%)


County Attorney
  • Jennifer HUTCHISON-CORBIN (Rep.) - 5489 Votes (100.00%)


County Clerk
  • Lisa GREER (Rep.) - 4179 Votes (58.89%)
  • Veronica MOUSER (Dem.) - 2917 Votes (41.11%)


County Judge/Executive
  • Michael Lee STEPHENS (Dem.) - 4622 Votes (64.59%)
  • Ann MELTON (Rep.) - 2534 Votes (35.41%)


County Surveyor
  • Mike McKINNEY (Rep.) - 5325 Votes (100.00%)


District Judge, 29th Judicial District
  • Michael LOY - 5065 Votes (100.00%)


Jailer
  • Joey WHITE (Rep.) - 5136 Votes (73.61%)
  • Darrel W. BAKER (Dem.) - 1841 Votes (26.39%)


Judge of the Court of Appeals, 3rd Appellate District, 1st Division
  • Debra Hembree LAMBERT - 2378 Votes (50.58%)
  • Michael O. CAPERTON - 2323 Votes (49.42%)


Judge of the Court of Appeals, 3rd Appellate District, 2nd Division
  • James H. LAMBERT - 3216 Votes (72.94%)
  • Paul F. HENDERSON - 1193 Votes (27.06%)


Magistrate 1st Magisterial District
  • Harold BURTON (Rep.) - 691 Votes (100.00%)


Magistrate 2nd Magisterial District
  • Daryl FLATT (Rep.) - 505 Votes (54.36%)
  • William Wid" HARRIS" (Dem.) - 424 Votes (45.64%)


Magistrate 3rd Magisterial District
  • Sammy BAKER (Rep.) - 730 Votes (100.00%)


Magistrate 4th Magisterial District
  • Perry REEDER (Rep.) - 787 Votes (100.00%)


Magistrate 5th Magisterial District
  • Billy Dean COFFEY (Rep.) - 833 Votes (100.00%)


Magistrate 6th Magisterial District
  • Greg CALDWELL (Rep.) - 642 Votes (62.39%)
  • Bryan Allen FEESE (Dem.) - 387 Votes (37.61%)


Magistrate 7th Magisterial District
  • Terry M. HADLEY (Rep.) - 717 Votes (56.24%)
  • Terry FARRIS (Dem.) - 558 Votes (43.76%)


Mayor - City of Columbia
  • Curtis HARDWICK - 562 Votes (44.15%)
  • Ben ARNOLD (write-in) 386 Votes (30.09%)
  • June PARSON - 328 Votes (25.77%)


Member, Board of Education, 1st Educational District
  • Terry HARVEY - 608 Votes (59.67%)
  • Gregory L. WILLIS - 225 Votes (22.08%)
  • Billy BLOYD - 186 Votes (18.25%)


Member, Board of Education, 3rd Educational District
  • Lisa BURTON - 714 Votes (62.96%)
  • Joseph B. PAYNE - 420 Votes (37.04%)


Rroperty Valuation Administratop
  • Jeffrey L. FEESE (Dem.) - 3478 Votes
  • J. Brandon THOMPSON (write-in) - 1910 Votes


Sheriff
  • Harrison MOSS (Dem.) - 3671 Votes (50.41%)
  • Josh BROCKMAN (Rep.) - 3611 Votes (49.59%)


State Representative, 51st Representative District
  • John Bam" CARNEY" (Rep.) - 5543 Votes (100.00%)


State Senator, 16th Senatorial District
  • George Maxwell Max" WISE" (Rep.) - 5565 Votes (100.00%)


US Representative, 1st Congressional District
  • Ed WHITFIELD (Rep.) - 5539 Votes (82.18%)
  • Charles Kendall HATCHETT (Dem.) - 1201 Votes (17.82%)


US Senator
  • Mitch McCONNELL (Rep.) - 4900 Votes (68.42%)
  • Alison Lundergan GRIMES (Dem.) - 2023 Votes (28.25%)
  • David M. PATTERSON (Lib.) - 239 Votes (3.34%)


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Michael Lee Stephens wins race for County Judge Executive



2014-11-04 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
LaGene Stephens looks on proudly as her dad Michael Lee Stephens receives a hug of congratulations from Cynthia Rowe on his race for Adair County Judge/Executive at the Courthouse Annex this evening, 4 Nov 2014.

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