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Baker, Garner win primaries in South Hancock and Lewisport

Kentucky’s primary election was Tuesday, which included a handful of local races for county offices. There were few contested races in Hancock County for the primary, though nominees were chosen for District 4 magistrate in the Republican party, District 1 magistrate in the Democrat party, and District 2 constable in the Democrat party. Republican Gary…

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Early primary voting starts Thursday, Election Day May 17

Kentucky’s primary election will be Tuesday, May 17, with polls open from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m., but this year voters will have an option to vote early. County Clerk Trina Ogle said there will no voting on Monday, May 16, and that her office is still seeking precinct workers for Election Day. Changes at…

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Primary election will be a bit different on May 17

Kentucky’s primary election will be May 17, but eligible voters may request a mail-in absentee ballot until May 3 by visiting GOVOTEKY.com or calling the County Clerk’s Office at 270-927-6117. Once eligible voters request their ballot it will be mailed to them. Once completed, the ballot may be mailed back to the Clerk’s Office or…

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Primary election slate set for May 17; Bozarth seeks seventh term

With the closing of the extended filing season on Monday for the May 17 primary election, the listing of candidates for the ballot has been set. Several incumbents will face no challengers in the primary, along with several races which will see no contested elections in the general come November. Incumbents who have no challengers…

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Baker first to file candidacy in county

Gary Baker was the first candidate to file candidacy papers for the May 17 primary for District 4 magistrate on Hancock Fiscal Court. Baker is a Republican. Baker filed on Nov. 3, the first day of the filing period. He is 42 years old, and said he has 22 years working for the betterment of…

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