• Webmaster Elisha

Cantrill announces candidacy for circuit judge

I am excited to announce my candidacy for Circuit Judge in Bourbon, Scott and Woodford counties, Division 2. I am uniquely qualified for this judgeship because I have had more than 30 years in the practice of law, served as a former circuit judge, public defender and General Counsel for two state agencies.

I am excited because I know the law and I respect it along with all those who work within the judicial system. To serve as a circuit judge is an outward and visible sign that your community trusts you to render an informed and fair decision on all matters that come before you regardless of race, creed, color, gender or political persuasion.

I have had the good fortune to have lived and worked in these communities all my life and to be a part of a family dedicated to public service both in law and medicine, and of course politics. Their accomplishments continue to inspire me and instilled in me at a very early age that contributing to the well-being of your community is a privilege and an obligation not to be taken lightly.

With your help and your vote on Nov. 6, we can win!

1 view

Recent Posts

See All

Pisgah Presbyterian

Outside services continue. In case of very bad weather, an email notice of change of venue will be posted on Fridays. A drive-through “Trip through Bethlehem” is being planned for December. Check with

Clover Bottom Baptist

Due to the escalation of the COVID pandemic, there will not be in-person services until at least Dec. 13. Follow us on the Clover Bottom Facebook page. Bible study and prayer meetings will continue on

St. Andrew's Anglican Church

St. Andrew’s has temporarily returned to online worship services only. Services are live streamed at 10 a.m. Sundays at standrewsky.org and remain posted for later viewing. The service bulletin and se

© 2016 by The Woodford Sun. Proudly created by Charismatic Media