Barren County jailer
Incumbent Barren County Jailer Matt Mutter’s 15-day report was unchanged from his 32-day report, which showed $4,000 in receipts and $2,892.61 in spending, with a balance of $1,107.39.
Mutter’s Democratic opponent, Justin Kirkpatrick, reported $1,121 in receipts and $1,121.57 in spending on his 32-day report. According to the KREF website, his 15-day report had been received but not processed.
Republican Rickey Spillman’s 15-day report was also unchanged since his last report, which showed a total of $1,530 in receipts and no disbursements. GOP candidate Robert “Bob” Wing has filed no statements.
Barren County sheriff
Appointed incumbent Barren County Sheriff Kent Keen, a Democrat, reported no new receipts on his 15-day report, but he had spent $496.50 of the $1,042.82 carryover balance, leaving him with $546.32. His total reported receipts are $3,300, with spending of $2,753.68.
Democrat Shannon White’s 32-day report showed him starting with $1,800, but the KREF site shows no previous reporting period from which that money would have been received. His 32-day report shows no spending, but his 15-day report shows a beginning balance of minus-$8.75, according to the KREF website.
A third Democratic candidate, Dennis Stephens, has no receipts in either report but spending of $1,730 in the 32-day report. His 15-day report has been received but not yet processed.
Republican sheriff candidate Charles “Chuck” Massey, who has no primary challenger, filed a quarterly report in 2013, showing no receipts or disbursements, and has not filed 32-day or 15-day primary reports.