Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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April 3, 2014

Independent candidates submit paperwork to run for office

GLASGOW — Two additional individuals are tossing their hats in the 2014 election ring as independent candidates.

The deadline to submit statement-of-candidacy forms was earlier this week.

Janet McCoy Dilley, 67, of Glasgow, is running for the District 7 magisterial seat. In November, she’ll face either incumbent Billy Houchens or Scott Stephens, whichever of the two wins the Democratic primary in May.

Kenneth Moulder, 49, of Cave City is seeking the District 6 constable position. He’ll be running against one of four Democrats – Jason Logsdon, Christopher W. Adwell, Patrick Poynter and Mark Weyler – competing in the primary, and Republican Lester Carney.

Anyone who wants to vote in the May 20 primary but hasn’t registered must do so by April 21.

Read more in the print or digital Glasgow Daily Times.




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