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2018 General Election: Hickman County Results
By West Kentucky Star Staff
CLINTON, KY - US Representative, 1st Congressional District

Republican James R. Comer-  1,235 votes
Democrat Paul Walker-  521 votes



State Representative, 1st Representative District

Republican Steven Jack Rudy-  1,193 votes
Desiree Owen-  563 votes



Commonwealth's Attorney, 1st Judicial Circuit

Democrat Michael B. Stacy-  1,228 votes



Circuit Clerk

Democrat Cinda Bailey Yates-  1,385 votes



Property Valuation Administrator

Democrat Amanda McClure Ballantine-  1,348 votes



County Judge/Executive

Republican Kenny Wilson-  1,509 votes



County Attorney

Republican Jason Batts-  1,477 votes



County Clerk

Democrat James 'Jimbo' Berry-  1,424 votes



Sheriff

Republican Ben Natividad-  961 votes
Democrat Thomas J. Dickson, Sr.-  806 votes



Jailer

Democrat Chad J. Barber-  1,244 votes



Coroner

Democrat Paula Boaz-  1,370 votes



Magistrate 1st Magisterial District

Democrat Henry Cole-  371 votes



Constable 1st Magisterial District

Democrat Gary G. Jones-  336 votes



Magistrate 2nd Magisterial District

Democrat Kory Naranjo-  491 votes



Magistrate 3rd Magisterial District

Democrat Irvin W. Stroud-  460 votes



District Judge 1st Judicial District

Hunter B. Whitesell, II-  1,303 votes



Member Board of Education 1st Educational District

Caleb Deweese-  255 votes



Member Board of Education 4th Educational District

Martie W. Templeton-  319 votes



Member Board of Education 5th Educational District (Unexpired Term)

Thomas Dodson-  229 votes



Mayor City of Clinton

Fred Cox-  173 votes
Phyllis Campbell-  144 votes



City Council City of Clinton

Howard Dillard-  227 votes
Betty Morrow-  223 votes
Alex Thoman-  212 votes
John Kelly-  223 votes
Chad Frizzell-  244 votes
Tommy Kimbro-  229 votes



Mayor City of Columbus

Kay Ferguson-  54 votes



City Council City of Comumbus

Kimberly D. Ferguson-  52 votes
Sue Jones-  46 votes
Christina Thomas-  37 votes



ARE YOU IN FAVOR OF PROVIDING CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS TO VICTIMS OF CRIME, 

INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO BE TREATED FAIRLY, WITH DIGNITY AND RESPECT, AND THE 

RIGHT TO BE INFORMED AND TO HAVE A VOICE IN THE JUDICIAL PROCESS? 

YES 752
NO 802


Published 06:44 AM, Wednesday Nov. 07, 2018
Updated 08:52 PM, Wednesday Nov. 07, 2018

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