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Two more throw hat into ring for judge-exec

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By Shannon Brock

Two additional candidates have filed to run for Spencer County judge-executive on the Democrat side — Yvette Jan Kehne and Paul David Jewell.
Both Kehne and Jewell filed their applications to run for office on Friday.
Kehne is an employee of Spencer County in the Planning and Zoning office.
Jewell is a local businessman and auctioneer.
So far, all candidates who’ve filed to run for judge-executive are Democrats.
Kehne and Jewell join candidates Jerry Davis and Debbie Herndon.
Current Judge-Executive Bill Karrer, a Republican, announced in December that he will not seek re-election.
Candidates have until Jan. 28 to file to run.
A comprehensive list of those who filed to run for local office is as follows:

Judge-Executive
Jerry Davis (D)
Debbie Herndon (D)
Jan Kehne (D)
David Jewell (D)

Sheriff
Steve Coulter (D)
Donald “Buddy” Stump (R)
Bobby J. Whitely (R)

County Clerk
Lynn Hesselbrock (R)
Michelle Housley (D)

County Attorney
Ruth Hollan (D)

Jailer
Darrell Herndon (D)

PVA
Kim Stump (D)

Surveyor
Garland Armstrong (D)

Magistrate-Taylorsville
Mike Moody (R)

Magistrate-Waterford
Hobert Judd (R)
Sue Todd (D)

Magistrate-Elk Creek
Darrell Stevens (D)

Magistrate-Campbranch
Larry Wilder (D)

Magistrate-Mount Eden/
Little Mount
David Goodlett (D)

Coroner
Danny Hilbert (D)

Constable-Waterford
Robert Akridge (D)

53rd District State
Representative
Donna Crain Drury, Anderson
County (D)
Kent Stevens, Anderson
County (D)
James Allen Tipton, Spencer
County (R)

14th District State Senator
Jimmy Higdon (R)

District Judge-53rd circuit,
first division (nonpartisan)
Linda S. Armstrong,
Shelbyville

District Judge-53rd circuit,
second division (nonpartisan)
Donna Dutton, Shelbyville

Circuit Court Judge (nonpartisan)
Charles R. Hickman,
Shelbyville

Family Court Judge (nonpartisan)
John David Myles,
Simpsonville
S. Marie Hellard,
Lawrenceburg
Susan M. Meschier,
Shelbyville

U.S. Representative
Second District
Brett Guthrie (R)

U.S. Representative-Fourth
District
Thomas Massie (R)

As the election season progresses, The Spencer Magnet will present articles on each of the races and candidates who will be on the primary election ballot in May 2014.
The Magnet will also present periodic updates on candidate filings through the filing deadline of Jan. 28.