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Republican Carter Hendricks has won the race for Mayor of Hopkinsville against Democrat Joey Pendleton and Independent Walter Shamble with 57 percent of the vote.

Listen to our Hopkinsville Mayoral Forum with the three candidates running for office this November. We broadcast this forum live at noon on September 5 from the Murray State Regional Campus multi-purpose room. The complete audio is now online:

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Join us for a Hopkinsville Mayoral Forum from Murray’s Regional Campus multi-purpose room, starting at Noon on Friday, September 5.   The race includes three candidates – Democrat Joey Pendleton, Independent Walter Shamble and Republican Carter Hendricks.  The community is invited to participate in this live radio broadcast.

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The race to become Hopkinsville's next mayor is generating quite a bit of fundraising – easily outpacing other local mayoral races.

Depending on what their day jobs are, the victorious candidates from Tuesday’s primary election - and November's general election - might be in for a bit of a raise in their newly-elected positions.

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Hopkinsville’s Democratic and Republican primaries have produced the two candidates to face off in November’s mayoral race. 

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Former Kentucky state Sen. Joey Pendleton says he will file papers this week to run for mayor of Hopkinsville.

hoptown.org

A republican primary is shaping up in Hopkinsville's mayoral race.

Two candidates have announced their intentions to run for the mayor seat currently held by Dan Kemp.  Kemp announced last month that he won't be seeking re-election

Christian County Chamber of Commerce President Carter Hendricks announced last week he will be stepping down from the Chamber in January to run, and retired business owner Jason McCraw said he plans to file within the week to challenge Hendricks in the May 2014 primary.

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Christian County Chamber of Commerce President Carter Hendricks says he will run for mayor of Hopkinsville next year.

Hendricks announced in September that he would step down from his position with the chamber to pursue other opportunities. His resignation, previously set for March, will now be effective Jan. 10, 2014 as he prepares for the mayoral election.

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  The Edward T. Breathitt Pennyrile Parkway might be getting a new designation, as the Interstate 69 project gains momentum.

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is currently conducting a study to determine whether the southern portion of the parkway could possibly receive Interstate status. A similar study has already been conducted on the northern portion, which is now considered a future I-69 corridor.

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