There are 3 candidates running for Lexington Mayor, a seat currently held by Jim Gray. The top two vote-getters in the primary will advance to the General Election in November. This is a nonpartisan race. All registered voters in Lexington may vote in the primary.
Anthany Beatty, Sr.
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Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council
All of Lexington’s city council district seats are up for election in 2014. Lexington residents may vote for who represents their own district. Candidates in districts 2, 3, 4, 6, 8 have primaries. The top two vote-getters in each district will advance to the November General Election. Lexington’s 3 at-large seats are also up for election this year. The top 6 vote -getters in the primary will advance to the General Election. All registered voters in Lexington may vote on the at-large council seats. Voters may vote for 3 candidates.
- Shannon Buzard - Survey responses – Website
- Bill Cegelka - Survey responses – Facebook
- Ray DeBolt - Survey responses – Website
- Kenner “Pete” Dyer - Survey responses
- Steve Kay – Survey responses – Website
- Connie Kell - Did not respond
- Jon Larson - Survey responses – Website - Facebook
- Chris Logan – Did not respond – Website
- Richard Moloney - Survey responses – Website – Facebook
- Jerry Moody - Survey responses – Facebook
- Don Pratt - Survey responses – Facebook
- Jacob Slaughter - Survey responses – Facebook
- Kevin Stinnett - Survey responses – Facebook
Council District 2
Council District 3
Council District 4
Council District 6
Council District 8
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You can find your council district using
- Richard Marrs (R) – Did not respond – Facebook
- Lavinia Theodoli Spirito (R) – Did not respond – Website
- Ken Kearns II (R) – Did not respond
- George Myers (R) – Did not respond
- The local League of Women Voters chapter and the Lexington Public Library hosted several candidate forums for local races. You can find videos for these forums here.
Fayette County Clerk’s office: 162 East Main Street, Lexington, KY 40507, (859) 253-3344
Central Kentucky KFTC Chapter meets on the third Thursday of each month from 7-9 p.m. at the Episcopal Mission House on the corner of 4th St. and Martin Luther King Ave, across from the Living Arts and Science Center.