Unofficial Henderson Co. Election Results

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With 100% of the Henderson County, Kentucky precincts reporting, these are the final results of the Circuit Clerk, Judge/Executive, District 51 Judge, Div. 1, School Board Dist. 3, School Board Dist. 4, School Board Dist. 5 and Henderson Commissioners elections:

Herbert McKee Jr. (D) won the Henderson Co. Circuit Clerk election, with 7,662 votes (39%) against opponent C. Gregory Sutton (I), who had 7,054 votes and 36% of the vote.

Brad Schneider (R) won the Henderson Co. Judge/Executive election, with 11,972 votes (62%) against opponent Tina McCormick (D), who had 7,399 votes and 38% of the vote.

Jill Brady (I) won the Henderson Co. District 51 Judge, Div. 1 election, with 5,683 votes (32%) against opponents Anita Mindrup-Ivie (I), Don Thompson Jr. (I), Andrew M. Powell (I) and Kurt R. Denton (I). Brady’s closest opponent, Anita Mindrup-Ivie, had 3,847 votes and 22% of the vote.

Lisa Baird (I) won the Henderson Co. School Board Dist. 3 election, with 2,114 votes (67%) against opponent Thomas E. Alves (I), who had 1,062 votes and 33% of the vote.

Mike Walker (I) won the Henderson Co. School Board Dist. 4 election, with 1,150 votes (45%) against opponents Rebecca Buckner (I) and Delilah M. Cobb (I). Walker’s closest opponent, Rebecca Buckner (I), had 1,036 votes and 40% of the vote.

Nathan “Nate” Butler (I) won the Henderson Co. School Board Dist. 5 election, with 1,264 votes (41%) against opponents Wesley Smith (I) and James E. “Jimmy” Dixon (I). Butler’s closest opponent, Wesley Smith, had 905 votes and 30% of the vote.

Bradley S. Staton (I), Robert N. Pruitt (I), Patti Bugg (I) and Austin P. Vowels (I) have all been elected to serve as Henderson Commissioners.

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