On election night republican candidates swept the 2021 special elections to fill three vacant seats in the Kentucky General Assembly.
The vacancies included Senate District 22, previously held by Tom Buford who passed away in July, House District 51, previously held by John “Bam” Carney who passed away in July, and House District 89, previously held by Robert Goforth who resigned in August.
Republican Dr. Donald Douglas won the election for Senate District 22, representing Fayette, Garrard, Jessamine, Mercer, and Washington counties.
Michael ‘Sarge’ Pollock won the election for House District 51, representing Taylor and Adair counties.
Timmy Truett won the election for House District 89, representing Jackson, Laurel, and Madison counties.
The Kentucky Chamber Political Action Committee endorsed candidates Dr. Donald Douglas and Michael “Sarge” Pollock.
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