Commonwealth Journal

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November 3, 2012

Large voter turnout in Pulaski expected


Somerset —

  George Flynn is unopposed for another term as Pulaski County circuit clerk and Eddy Montgomery is unopposed for reelection as commonwealth’s attorney in the 28th Judicial District. Their names will be on the ballot for complimentary votes.
  Also, there are city elections in Somerset, Burnside, Ferguson, Eubank and Science Hill as well as school board elections in all three districts.
               Ward 1
1. Jim Rutherford
2. Marvin Allan Coomer
               Ward 2
1. James Clarence Floyd
2. Linda Stringer
               Ward 3
1. Brent Fleming
2. Jerry Wheeldon
               Ward 4
1. James C. (Jimmy) Eastham
2. Mark Beasley
               Ward 5
1. Jerry Girdler
2. Claude “Jr.” Philpot
               Ward 8
1. John Ricky Minton
2. David Blevins
               Ward 9
1. Jim Mitchell
2. Ricky Wilson
               Ward 10
1. Pat Bourne
2. Tim Rutherford
The top vote-getter in each ward will be seated on  the council in a citywide election. In other words, eligible voters in the city may cast a vote in each ward election. Incumbent councilors Mike New in Ward 6; Donna Hunley in Ward 7; Jerry Burnett in Ward 11; and Tom Eastham in Ward 12 do not have opposition. Their names will be on the ballot..
1. Terry Wesley
2. Jeffrey W. Wesley
3. Mike Hall
4. David F. Phelps
5. Reed Watson
The top four vote-getters will be elected.
1. Linda Hughes
2. Anthony W. (Tony) Deprato
3. Nora Newby Anderson (deceased)
4. Malissa (Pitman) Thacker
5. Pammela Sue Cordell
6. John Westberry
7. Sandy Pitman
The top six vote-getters will be elected. Anderson’s name will be on the ballot but votes for her won’t be counted.
1. Bill Leslie
2. Lulu Jean Thompson-Burton
3. Dwayne Sellers
4. Willis H. Eadens
5. Donna Walden Hinkle
6. Frank P. Deniro
7. Susi Brooks Lawson
8. Brenda Smith Gerkin
9. Curtis Brinson
10. Joyce M. Gregory
The top six vote-getters will be elected.
1. Curtis G. Todd
2. Dr. Aaron Belcher D.C.
3. George Dunne
4. Edward Ray Hicks
5. Connie Belcher

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