Beshear sets special election for state House seat

January 07, 2013 | | Comments 0

FRANKFORT –Gov. Steve Beshear has set a special election for Feb. 12 to fill the unexpired state House term of Republican Sara Beth Gregory, who won a special election last month for a state Senate seat.

Party officials in the House’s 52nd District in south-central Kentucky will choose nominees for next month’s special election. The district includes Wayne and McCreary counties and a part of Pulaski County.

Gregory, 30, of Monticello, had joined the House in 2011. Her House term runs through the end of this year. She won a special election last month to fill the 16th Senate District seat left vacant by the resignation of David Williams.

Williams, who was president of the state Senate, resigned to accept a circuit judge appointment by Beshear.

The 16th Senate District includes Clinton, Cumberland, McCreary, Monroe, Wayne and Whitley counties.

–Jack Brammer

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