Fort Thomas Mayor
Eric Haas (i)
Fort Thomas Council (Elect 6)
Jeff Bezold (i)
Ken Bowman (i)
Roger Peterman (i)
John Slawter (i)
David Cameron (i)
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Beth Fennell (i)
Thomas Guidugli (i)
Frank Peluso (i)
Ken Rechtin (i)
Bellevue Council (Elect 6)
Stephen Guidugli (i)
Ryan Salzman (i)
Rodney Poynter (i)
David Slater (i)
Carol Rich (i)
Virgil Boruske (i)
Dayton Council (Elect 6)
Bill Burns (i)
Jeff Haas (i)
Jeff Volter (i)
Denny Lynn (i)
Joe Neary (i)
Johnny Walker Wirick
Contested primary races at the county level:
Republican: Steve Pendery (i), Anna Zinkhon (Democrat Calvin Sidle is running unopposed)
Campbell Commission - District 1
Republican: Brian Painter (i), Lloyd Rogers, Tyler Owen, Dave Fischer (Democrat Connie Grubbs is running unopposed)
Campbell Commission - District 2
Republican: Geoff Besecker, Pete Garrett, Jerry Gearding
Campbell Commission - District 3
Republican: Tom Lampe (i), Jim Livers
Republican: James Daley (i), Chris Maloney
Every seat in the Northern Kentucky area for the Kentucky House and Senate will have a primary or a general election.
House – 68th District
Democrat Jason Kilmer will challenge Rep. Joseph Fischer (R-Fort Thomas) in the general election. Fischer, Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, has represented parts of Campbell County since 1999.
Kilmer is also from Fort Thomas and is a mechanical drafter for Ethicon.
Sen. Wil Schroder (R-Wilder) will face Rachel Roberts, a Democrat from Newport, has filed to run against Sen. Schroder. Roberts owns The Yoga Bar in Newport and Over-the-Rhine.
House – 64th District
Freshman Rep. Kimberly Pooser Moser (R-Taylor Mill) will face Larry Varney in the November General Election. The winner of this election will represent the citizens of parts of Campbell and Kenton Counties.
Varney, from Cold Spring, is a retired software engineer at Cincom Systems, Inc.
House – 67th District
Rep. Dennis Keene (D-Wilder) will face Republican candidate Bob Schrage in the general election. The House Democratic Minority Caucus Chairman has represented Campbell County since 2005.
Schrage currently lives in Dayton and is retired from the Northern Kentucky Area Development District.
Fourth Congressional District
Congressman Thomas Massie will face the winner of a three-way Democratic primary in November.
Democrats Seth Hall, Christina Lord and Patti Piatt have filed to run against Massie.
Hall is from LaGrange and Lord is from Milton. Piatt is from Bellevue and most recently worked as director of food nutritional services at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.