Kentucky Registry of Election Finance

Government
3:25 pm
Fri September 19, 2014

Kentucky Election Finance Leader Retiring

Sarah M. Jackson

Originally published on Fri September 19, 2014 1:50 pm

The longtime head of Kentucky’s agency overseeing state campaign finance law is stepping down later this year.

Sarah Jackson announced this week she is retiring as executive director of the Kentucky Registry of Election Finance effective Nov. 1 after serving in the position since 1999.

“Sarah has been a tremendous asset to the agency and a true professional as executive director. The agency is stronger for it,” said KREF board chairman Craig C. Dilger in a released statement.

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Politics
3:00 pm
Thu July 10, 2014

Hopkinsville Mayor's Race: Money Raised (and Spent) Thus Far

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

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Politics
4:46 pm
Wed July 10, 2013

Usher to Run for Graves County Judge/Executive, As Smith Vacates

Credit Wikipedia

Mayfield business owner Dale Usher has announced he will run for Graves County Judge/Executive in 2014.

Current Judge/Executive Tony Smith will not run for re-election next year. Smith has held the position since 1986.

In a press release, Usher said he understands the many components needed for economic growth in Graves County, and believes one way to spur economic development is to rekindle interest in the Purchase Area Industrial Park.

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