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2014 Election: All Taylor Co. Results

Click headline for complete list of Taylor County Races with vote totals.

Circuit Judge, 11th Judicial Circuit, 1st Division
  • Samuel Todd SPALDING - 6332 Votes (100.00%)

Circuit Judge, 11th Judicial Circuit, 2nd Division
  • Allan Ray BERTRAM - 6764 Votes (100.00%)

City Council City of Campbellsville (top 12 win)
  1. Paul OSBORNE - 1719 Votes (6.82%)
  2. Sharon HOSKINS-SANDERS - 1713 Votes (6.80%)
  3. W.M. "Mike" HALL JR. - 1692 Votes (6.71%)
  4. James E. EWING - 1685 Votes (6.68%)
  5. Stan McKINNEY - 1565 Votes (6.21%)
  6. Patricia "Patti" PHILLIPS - 1498 Votes (5.94%)
  7. David A. NUNERY - 1492 Votes (5.92%)
  8. Allen "A.J." JOHNSON - 1404 Votes (5.57%)
  9. Terry KELTNER - 1358 Votes (5.39%)
  10. Rufus Frank HANSFORD JR. - 1255 Votes (4.98%)
  11. Greg RICE - 1204 Votes (4.78%)
  12. Randall B. "Randy" HERRON - 1178 Votes (4.67%)

  13. Kenneth ANDERSON - 1157 Votes (4.59%)
  14. Diane FORD-BENNINGFIELD - 1013 Votes (4.02%)
  15. Randy BRICKEN JR. - 991 Votes (3.93%)
  16. Alexander G. SHIVELY - 977 Votes (3.88%)
  17. Matt "Disco" ROGERS - 931 Votes (3.69%)
  18. Josh TUCKER - 876 Votes (3.48%)
  19. Sherry BRADY - 762 Votes (3.02%)
  20. Benjamin ELLARD - 384 Votes (1.52%)
  21. Brent BURDEN - 353 Votes (1.40%)
Constable 1st Magisterial District
  • Ed PIKE (Rep.) - 1075 Votes (100.00%)

Constable 2nd Magisterial District
  • Carl WATSON (Rep.) - 1159 Votes (100.00%)

Constable 3rd Magisterial District
  • James M. GADDIS (Rep.) - 794 Votes (56.35%)
  • Josh KELLEY (Dem.) - 446 Votes (31.65%)
  • Eddie PENDLETON IND - 169 Votes (11.99%)

Constable 4th Magisterial District
  • Marshall D. GRAHAM (Dem.) - 748 Votes (54.01%)
  • Tyler M. YOUNG (Rep.) - 637 Votes (45.99%)

Constable 5th Magisterial District
  • Allen McDONALD (Rep.) - 936 Votes (64.91%)
  • Wayne PARSON (Dem.) - 506 Votes (35.09%)

Constable 6th Magisterial District
  • Rick REYNOLDS (Dem.) - 1204 Votes (100.00%)

Coroner
  • Terry M. DABNEY (Rep.) - 7248 Votes (76.31%)
  • Lyndell R. PETTY (Dem.) - 2250 Votes (23.69%)

County Attorney
  • John D. BERTRAM (Dem.) - 7346 Votes (100.00%)

County Clerk
  • Mark CARNEY (Rep.) - 8133 Votes (100.00%)

County Judge/Executive
  • Eddie ROGERS (Dem.) - 5164 Votes (53.16%)
  • Greg GRIBBINS (Rep.) - 4550 Votes (46.84%)

County Surveyor
  • Donald A. DABNEY (Dem.) - 4786 Votes (53.18%)
  • Greg TUNGATE (Rep.) - 4214 Votes (46.82%)

District Judge, 11th Judicial District, 1st Division
  • Amy Sullivan ANDERSON - 6892 Votes (100.00%)

District Judge, 11th Judicial District, 2nd Division
  • Connie Sullivan PHILLIPS - 7009 Votes (100.00%)

Jailer
  • Eddie "Hack" MARCUM (Rep.) - 6017 Votes (63.10%)
  • Rick BENNINGFIELD (Dem.) - 3519 Votes (36.90%)

Judge of the Court of Appeals, 3rd Appellate District, 1st Division
  • Debra Hembree LAMBERT - 4501 Votes (63.42%)
  • Michael O. CAPERTON - 2596 Votes (36.58%)

Judge of the Court of Appeals, 3rd Appellate District, 2nd Division
  • James H. LAMBERT - 4636 Votes (68.72%)
  • Paul F. HENDERSON - 2110 Votes (31.28%)

Magistrate 1st Magisterial District
  • James E. JONES (Rep.) - 826 Votes (53.50%)
  • Bobby KIRTLEY (Dem.) - 718 Votes (46.50%)

Magistrate 2nd Magisterial District
  • John David GAINES (Dem.) - 934 Votes (58.93%)
  • Ronnie DOOLEY (Rep.) - 651 Votes (41.07%)

Magistrate 3rd Magisterial District
  • Tommy CORBIN (Rep.) - 1074 Votes (69.47%)
  • Milford LOWE (Dem.) - 472 Votes (30.53%)

Magistrate 4th Magisterial District
  • Matt PENDLETON (Rep.) - 1074 Votes (73.92%)
  • Christopher D. AMBERS (Dem.) - 379 Votes (26.08%)

Magistrate 5th Magisterial District
  • Ed GORIN (Rep.) - 1167 Votes (74.47%)
  • Adolphus HOLLAND (Dem.) - 400 Votes (25.53%)

Magistrate 6th Magisterial District
  • Richard A. PHILLIPS (Rep.) - 1292 Votes (70.91%)
  • Gary PORTER (Dem.) - 530 Votes (29.09%)

Mayor City of Campbellsville
  • Tony YOUNG - 1720 Votes (53.53%)
  • Brenda ALLEN - 1493 Votes (46.47%)

Member Board of Education 1st Educational District
  • Deanna HUNT - 587 Votes (58.41%)
  • Jean CHEUVRONT - 418 Votes (41.59%)

Member Board of Education 2nd Educational District
  • David K. HALL - 1311 Votes (100.00%)

Member Board of Education Campbellsville Independent School District
  • Angie Jo JOHNSON - 1417 Votes (35.03%)
  • Mitchell OVERSTREET - 1370 Votes (33.87%)
  • Suzanne WILSON - 1258 Votes (31.10%)

Property Valuation Administrator
  • Chad SHIVELY (Dem.) - 6061 Votes (63.59%)
  • Greg CHICK (Rep.) - 3470 Votes (36.41%)

Sheriff
  • Allen NEWTON (Dem.) - 6722 Votes (71.17%)
  • Paul WISE (Rep.) - 2723 Votes (28.83%)

State Representative, 51st Representative District
  • John "Bam" CARNEY (Rep.) - 7994 Votes (100.00%)

State Senator, 16th Senatorial District
  • George Maxwell "Max" WISE (Rep.) - 8041 Votes (100.00%)

US Representative, 1st Congressional District
  • Ed WHITFIELD (Rep.) - 6322 Votes (70.61%)
  • Charles Kendall HATCHETT (Dem.) - 2631 Votes (29.39%)

US Senator
  • Mitch McCONNELL (Rep.) - 6119 Votes (63.27%)
  • Alison Lundergan GRIMES (Dem.) - 3271 Votes (33.82%)
  • David M. PATTERSON (Lib.) - 281 Votes (2.91%)



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2014-11-06 - Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Larry Smith.
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