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Tue November 4, 2008
Kentucky Regional Results
By Casey Northcutt
Murray, KY – Republican Incumbent Ken Winters defeated Democrat Carroll Hubbard for the
1st District State Senate seat last night with 54 percent of the vote. A
Murray resident Winters is the former president of Campbellsville University
and the former dean of Murray State University's College of Industry and
Republican Brent Housman Wins Kentucky's 3rd District House Seat over Zana Renfro. Housman wins the McCracken county district with 52 percent of the
vote. Housman earned degrees from Union University and Murray State
University. He currently works as a financial advisor for Hilliard
Lyons-Housman Group in Paducah, Ky.
Republican Myron Dosset Wins 9th District State House Seat representing
Christian County. Dosset beat Democrat Travis Calhoun for the 9th District
seat in the State House of Representatives. Winning 54 percent of the vote,
the Pembroke, Ky., resident is a business owner and former magistrate of
Christian County Fiscal Court.
Steven Rudy Wins 1st District State House Seat With 53 percent of the vote.
Republican Steven Rudy defeated Democrat Mike Lawrence for the 1st District
house seat representing Fulton, Hickman, Carlisle, Ballard and McCracken
Counties. Rudy graduated Murray State University and now co-owns Rudy's Farm
Center in Kevil, Ky.
Democrat Joey Pendleton Wins 3rd District State Senate Seat representing Christian, Todd and Logan Counties. Pendleton defeated Republican Tom Jones with 57 percent of the vote. The Hopkinsville, Ky., resident attended both Murray State University and Hopkinsville Community College. He has also worked as both a farmer and a project manager for the Murray State School of Agriculture.