Candidates continue to file for Nov. election

Christy Howell-Hoots - [email protected]
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Filings continue to roll in area counties as candidates declare for mayor, city council and school board for the November General Election.

In Mason County, Vicki Lowe, incumbent, has filed for District 2 school board, Daniel Collins has filed for District 3 school board and Barry Shrout has filed for District 5 school board.

In Bracken County, Tay Kelsch has filed for Augusta mayor.

John Yingling and Nathan Habermehl have filed for Augusta City Council.

Tim Boyd and Tom Cortner have filed for Brooksville City Council.

In Fleming County, Georgina Sparks, incumbent, has filed for Flemingsburg City Council and for school board, David Corbin has filed for District 3 and Michael Dale Emmons for District 5.

In Ewing, Robert Bevins filed for mayor.

In Robertson County, Marsha Jones has filed for school board, District 2 and Wendall Haag filed for school board, District 3.

In Lewis County, Cindy Applegate has filed for school board, District 2 and Todd Sartin has filed for school board District 1.

Others who have filed previously include:

In Mason County, David Cartmell, incumbent, and Charles T. Cotteral have filed for mayor of Maysville.

For Maysville City Commission, Jerry Schumacher, Kelly Ashley and Victor C. McKay, all incumbents, and Jeff Brammer have filed for four positions.

In Fleming County, Marty Voiers, incumbent, has filed for reelection as mayor of Flemingsburg.

For Flemingsburg City Council, Meredith Story and Van David Alexander, both incumbents, along Blake Harmon, Duane Scott Manning, Randy Sergent and Angela Christman Graham have filed.

In Bracken County, Barry Bratton, Phillip Porter Habermehl and Michael Taylor have all filed for Augusta mayor.

For Bracken County School Board District 3, incumbent Andy Reynolds has filed.

In Lewis County, John Grabill and Dana Blankenship have filed for mayor of Vanceburg.

In Robertson County, Stanley Henderson, incumbent, and Douglas Edward Wright have filed for mayor of Mount Olivet.

In order to register as a candidate, several requirements must be met, officials said.

The requirements for mayor include being at least 21 years old, being a resident of the city for no less than one year prior to election and residing in the city throughout the term. The requirements for city council/commission members include residing within the city for no less than one year prior to election and residing in the city throughout the term.

The deadline to file is Aug. 14. The general election is Nov. 6.

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Christy Howell-Hoots

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