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Election 2018

Over the next three months leading up to the May 22 primary, The Sun will feature question-and-answer sessions with candidates for local, state and federal offices. We’ll pose questions relating to the duties of the offices that candidates in contested races are seeking. Their answers will have strict word limits, we’ll ask for specifics - not rhetoric or attacks – and we’ll note which candidates haven’t responded. Candidates who answer the questions will also have an opportunity to include a picture of themselves. We’d like to ask for your help in accomplishing this. Please submit questions you’d like to ask the candidates for the following contested races for the primary election: U.S. House of Representatives (6th District), Kentucky House of Representatives (56th District), sheriff, magistrate, county clerk, jailer, Commonwealth Attorney, district judge (14th District) and circuit judge (14th). The nonpartisan races for the mayors of Versailles and Midway and those city council races are also important, and we’ll have questions for those candidates in the weeks before their Aug. 14 filing deadline. Of course, we’ll also cover significant political developments leading up to the Nov. 6 general election. We’ll release our Q & A schedule in the next few weeks. Please submit your questions to john@woodfordsun.com as soon as possible – and thanks in advance for helping us help you, our readers, make informed choices this year.

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