NEWPORT - Alexandria business executive Kevin Sell is filing his papers with the county clerk on November 21 for Campbell County Judge-Executive in the 2014 election.
“In 2014, we will win this race and take our county to a new level of economic growth and respect for the taxpayer”, Sell said late on Wednesday.
Sell is a Vice President at United Group Services, Inc. and a retired Captain (Battalion Chief) of the Airport Fire Department. He recently completed a one year term as the Republican Party’s chairman for the 4th Congressional District. Kevin also held this position from 2006-2009.
“My economic development plan will provide more jobs and a higher quality of life for Campbell County. We are the smallest county of the three in Northern Kentucky and have the highest unemployment. That must end.”
“We need good conservatives on regional taxing authority boards like TANK and SD1. Many of Campbell County’s citizens are ready to join with me and provide oversight so that we can serve the taxpayers and not just the government,” Sell said.
In addition to job creation, Sell said that he intends to immediately take action to rid Campbell County of heroin.
“In 2010 we had 5 heroin overdose deaths in the county. In the first 6 months of 2012 we already had 14 overdose deaths. In addition to the cost of life, this problem is a financial cost to the county and our cities in a variety of ways.” said Sell. “I will make it a priority on my first day as Judge to create a comprehensive approach to dealing with this menace and the toll it is taking on local families and businesses.”
Sell is a lifelong resident of Campbell County, where he lives with his wife and two sons.
The campaign web site is kevinsell.com
Source: Press Release