Congressman John Yarmuth thanks Mayor Greg Fischer for his hospitality and ability to collaborate about community issues as part of his acceptance speech at the C2 Event Venue. Photo by Piper Hansen.
Congressman John Yarmuth thanks Mayor Greg Fischer for his hospitality and ability to collaborate about community issues as part of his acceptance speech at the C2 Event Venue. Photo by Piper Hansen.

Dems win Louisville; GOP wins Kentucky

According to the State Board of Elections, almost 46% of Kentuckians cast their votes for members of the United States House of Representatives, city mayors and delegates in the Kentucky General Assembly. Republicans still control Frankfort and Democrats still control the Louisville Metro Council. Here are the full results:

Louisville Metro Mayor

  • Greg Fischer (D)

Louisville Metro Council

  • District Five: Donna Lyvette Purvis (D)
  • District Seven: Paula McCraney (D)
  • District 11: Kevin J. Kramer (R)
  • District 13: Mark Fox (D)
  • District 15: Kevin Triplett (D)
  • District 17: Markus Winkler (D)
  • District 19: Anthony B. Piagentini (R)
  • District 21: Nicole George (D)
  • District 25: David Yates (D)

Property Valuation Administrator

  • Colleen Younger (D)

Jefferson County Clerk

  • Barbara “Bobbie” Holsclaw (R)

Jefferson County Sheriff

  • John E. Aubrey (D)

Circuit Judges

  • Division Two: A. “Annie” O’Connell
  • Division Four: Lauren Adams Ogden
  • Division 10: Derwin L. Webb

District Judges

  • Division Three: Kristina Garvey
  • Division Four: Julie Kaelin
  • Division Six: Lisa L. Langford

County Constable

  • District One: Bruce Boggs Jr. (D)
  • District Two: Mike Thompson (D)

Jefferson County School Board

  • District Three: James Craig
  • District Six: Corrie Shull

United States House of Representatives

  • District One: James Comer (R)
  • District Two: Brett Guthrie (R)
  • District Three: John Yarmuth (D)
  • District Four: Thomas Massie (R)
  • District Five: Hal Rogers (R)
  • District Six: Andy Barr (R)

Ballot Measure

  • Marsy’s Law Amendment: Rights for Crime Victims (passed)

Kentucky State Senate

  • District Two: Danny Carroll (R)
  • District Four: Robert Mills (R)
  • District Six: C.B. Embry (R)
  • District Eight: Matt Castlen (R)
  • District 10: Dennis Parrett (D)
  • District 12: Alice Kerr (R)
  • District 14: Jimmy Higdon (R)
  • District 16: Max Wise (R)
  • District 18: Robin Webb (D)
  • District 20: Paul Hornback (R)
  • District 22: Tom Buford (R)
  • District 24: Will Schroder (R)
  • District 26: Ernie Harris (R)
  • District 28: Ralph Alvarado (R)
  • District 30: Brandon Smith (R)
  • District 32: Mike Wilson (R)
  • District 34: Jared Carpenter (R)
  • District 36: Julie Adams (R)
  • District 38: Dan Seum (R)

Kentucky State House of Representatives

  • District Three: Randy Bridges (R)
  • District Six: Chris Freeland (R)
  • District 14: Scott Lewis (R)
  • District 17: Steve Sheldon (R)
  • District 19: Michael Meredith (R)
  • District 20: Patti Minter (D)
  • District 25: Jim DuPlessis (R)
  • District 27: Nancy Tate (R)
  • District 29: Kevin Bratcher (R)
  • District 30: Tom Burch (D)
  • District 31: Josie Raymond (D)
  • District 32: Tina Bojanowski (D)
  • District 33: Jason Nemes (R)
  • District 34: Mary Lou Marzian (D)
  • District 35: Lisa Willner (D)
  • District 36: Jerry Miller (R)
  • District 37: Jeffery Donohue (D)
  • District 38: McKenzie Cantrell (D)
  • District 40: Nima Kulkarni (D)
  • District 42: Reginald Meeks (D)
  • District 43: Charles Booker (D)
  • District 44: Joni Jenkins (D)
  • District 46: Al Gentry (D)
  • District 48: Maria Sorolis (D)
  • District 50: Chad McCoy (R)
  • District 60: Sal Santoro (R)
  • District 61: Savannah Maddox (R)
  • District 62: Phillip Pratt (R)
  • District 69: Adam Koenig (R)
  • District 71: Travis Brenda (R)
  • District 73: Les Yates (R)
  • District 74: David Hale (R)
  • District 81: Deanna Frazier (R)
  • District 82: Regina Huff (R)
  • District 86: Jim Stewart (R)
  • District 88: Cherlynn Stevenson (D)
  • District 89: Robert Goforth (R)
  • District 91: Cluster Howard (D)
  • District 96: Kathy Hinkle (D)
  • District 97: Bobby McCool (R)
  • District 100: Terri Clark (D)
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