Kenny Imes

According to recent postings on the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance website, local state Representatives running for re-election this year are out-fundraising their opponents by a mostly wide margin.

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State Rep. Kenny Imes of Murray has pre-filed legislation for next year’s General Assembly session that would institute a seven-year expiration on all ordinary state administrative regulations.

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Democratic state Rep. Jeff Taylor of Hopkinsville has issued a challenge to Republican opponent Walker Thomas involving Gov. Matt Bevin's cuts to higher education.

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State Rep. Kenny Imes of Murray is taking on the Humane Society of the United States, penning an op-ed slamming their fundraising methods.

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The candidates for Kentucky’s 5th District House of Representatives seat are sounding off on Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin’s proposed 9 percent cut to state universities.

Murray State officials are circulating a petition in opposition to the cuts that has - as of Friday afternoon - gained nearly 2,500 signatures in the last two days.

David Ramey for State Representative

Calloway County Democratic Party chair David Ramey has filed to run for Republican state Rep. Kenny Imes’ 5th District seat in the Kentucky House.

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Kentucky 5th District state Rep. Kenny Imes of Murray has filed to run for re-election in 2016.

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The appointment of Kentucky’s top education official would be subject to state Senate confirmation under a bill pre-filed last week in the General Assembly.

State Rep. Kenny Imes, a Murray Republican, said he’s seeking to add accountability to the state’s education department.

Kentucky state Sen. Whitney Westerfield of Hopkinsville won his bid for the Republican nomination for attorney general, but two western Kentucky lawmakers came up short in Tuesday's Republican primary.


A state lawmaker from eastern Kentucky has joined a crowded field for State Treasurer.

Representative Rick Nelson of Bell County is seeking the office being vacated by term-limited Todd Hollenbach.