Metro Women’s Political Caucus Endorsements

The Metro Louisville Women’s Political Caucus made a ton of endorsements today:

Federal, state, and county races

  • U.S. House of Representatives, Third District of Kentucky – John Yarmuth
  • Jefferson County Attorney – Mike O’Connell
  • Jefferson County Coroner – Barbara Weakley-Jones
  • Jefferson County Property Valuation Administrator – Tony Lindauer
  • State Senate, District 38 – Marty Meyer
  • State House of Representatives, District 30 – Tom Burch
  • State House of Representatives, District 32 – Nellie D. Stallings
  • State House of Representatives, District 33 – Kimberly Greenwell
  • State House of Representatives, District 44 – Joni Jenkins

Local races

  • Louisville Metro Mayor – Greg Fischer
  • Metro Council District 1 – Judy Green
  • Metro Council District 5 – Cheri Bryant Hamilton
  • Metro Council District 6 – David James
  • Metro Council District 9 – Tina Ward Pugh
  • Metro Council District 13 – Vicki A. Welch
  • Metro Council District 17 – William Cohen
  • Metro Council District 19 – Justin Chelf
  • Metro Council District 25 – David Yates
  • Mayor of Shively – Sherry Conner

No surprises on any front.  Other than the fact that they didn’t endorse in the race between Larry Clark and Brian Simpson.

See judicial race endorsements after the jump…

Judicial races (all are in 30th Judicial District)

  • District Judge, Division 3 – Claude Randall Prather
  • District Judge, Division 7 – Jennifer Bryant Wilcox
  • District Judge, Division 10 – Shelia Collins
  • District Judge, Division 11 – Sadiqa Reynolds
  • District Judge, Division 14 – Stephanie P. Burke
  • District Judge, Division 13 – Deana “Dee” McDonald
  • District Judge, Division 16 – Katie King
  • District Judge, Division 17 – Erica Lee Williams
  • Circuit Judge, Division 6 – Olu Stevens
  • Circuit Judge, Division 11 – Brian Edwards

2 thoughts on “Metro Women’s Political Caucus Endorsements

  1. I suppose the Women’s Political Caucus remembered Judge Prather’s opponent Sandra McLaughlin’s behavior in 2004, when as a prosecutor, she was fired by Dave Stengel for accosting a female juror outside a courtroom after a verdict. She had a different last name then.

    Interesting.

    Thanks for posting these.

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