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Election 2018 - Adair/Casey District 59 Commonwealth Attorney

Two have filed for the 29th Judicial District for the position, both Republicans
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By Ed Waggener

Two candidates have filed in the office of Secretary of State Allison Lundergan Grimes for the Commonwealth's Attorney, 29th Judicial District, Adair & Casey Counties. They are, in order of filing:


Candidates for 29th Judicial District, Adair/Casey Counties, Commonwealth Attorney
  • Roger P. Elliott, Columbia, KY, R, filed November 27, 2017
  • Brian Wright, Liberty, KY, R, filed December 4, 2017
Both will appear on the Tuesday, May 22, 2017 Primary Ballots in Adair & Casey Counties.


This story was posted on 2017-12-28 10:46:14
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Election 2018: Roger Elliott files for Commonwealth's Attorney



2017-12-28 - Office Secretary of State Allison Lundergan Grimes, Frankfort, KY - Photo Submitted by Candidate.
Roger P. Elliott filed for Commonwealths Attorney for the 29th Judicial District (Adair & Casey) on November 27, 2017 in the office of the Secretary of State, Allison Grimes, in Frankfort, KY. He was accompanied by his wife, Sheila Hansford Elliott.

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Election 2018 - Brian Wright files for Commonwealth's Attorney



2017-12-28 - Office of Secretary of State Alice Lundergan Grimes, Frankfort, KY - Photo Submitted by Candidate.
Brian Wright, Liberty, KY, filed Monday, December 4, 2017, to run for the office of Commonwealth’s Attorney for the 29th Judicial Circuit (Adair & Casey Counties) in the Tuesday May 22, 2018 election. Above Brian Wright and wife (Nikki) and their youngest son (Brady – age 10) at the filing, in Frankfort. Their oldest son (Coleman – age 13) wasn’t able to make the trip with them because of basketball. Wright formerly held the office, and was appointed by Gov. Bevin to serve in the post following the retirement of Gale Williams. I served as Commonwealth’s Attorney from 2002-2012 and was appointed by Gov. Bevin back to this position in April 2017, and have continued as CW Atty since then. I was also an Assistant CW’s Atty from 1998-2002. Thanks for all you do to cover news and events in Adair County and the surrounding area. I really enjoy reading Columbia Magazine and I do my best to take a look at it nearly every day.

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