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Friday, January 10, 2020

Candidates File for City Offices Across Campbell County

It's that time again. Election season is upon us. Here is a list of local candidates who have filed for the May 19 Kentucky primary.

by Robin Gee

For candidates who will be facing one, Friday, January 10, at 4 p.m. was the deadline to file for the primary on May 19.

In Fort Thomas, members of city council were required to file by the end of the day Friday. The following people have filed to run for the May primary in preparation for the November 3 election. Ten people have filed to run for six open seats.



Fort Thomas City Council (six seats)
  • Jeff Bezold
  • Adam Blau
  • Ken Bowman
  • Mark Cook
  • Connie Grubbs 
  • Lisa Kelly
  • Carla Landon
  • Benjamin Pendery
  • Roger Peterman
  • Matthew Jared Reed

In nearby Campbell County cities, the candidates who were required to file included:

Bellevue City Council (six seats)

  • Sean Fisher
  • Stephen R. Guidugli
  • Patrick Hogan
  • Shauna Kruse
  • Ryan Salzman
  • Scott Witte

Dayton City Council (six seats)

  • Scott Beseler
  • Robert Burgess
  • Anthony Vincent Cadle
  • Tammy Cornett 
  • Ron Farris
  • Jeff Haas
  • Christina Kelly
  • Joseph Neary
  • Beth Ellen Nyman
  • Justin Slover
  • Jeff Volter 
  • John Walker Wirick

Newport Mayor

  • Thomas Guidugli

Newport City Commissioner (four seats)

  • Beth Fennell
  • Robbie Hall
  • Gordon L. Henry
  • Frank Peluso 
  • Jerry Rex Peluso
  • Kenneth Rechtin
  • John Santini
  • Jason Walter

Barre3 Ft. Thomas, 90 Alexandria Pike. Fort Thomas. 
A number of cities will be open for elections in November but candidates would not be subject to primaries. These cities include Alexandria Council (six seats), California Commissioner (four seats), Cold Spring Council (six seats), Crestview Commissioner (four seats), Highland Heights Council (six seats), Melbourne Commissioner (four seats), Mentor Commissioner (four seats), Silver Grove Council (six seats), Southgate Council (six seats), Wilder Council (six seats) and Woodlawn Commissioner (four seats).

School Boards also have seats up for election. In Fort Thomas, the Fort Thomas Independent School District will have two seats open for the upcoming election.

Candidates running for election for the primary or the general election are invited to submit information to Fort Thomas Matters.

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