Decision 2018 – November General Election Stories

Two New Faces On Trigg School Board

The Trigg County Board of Education will see two new faces after Tuesday’s election.     In the district one Charlene Sheehan defeated Linda Wood by a vote of 781to 432 to serve a four-year term on the board...Read More

Daniel Wins Christian County Coroner Race

The Christian County Coroner’s office will be under new leadership January 1. Scott Daniel defeated Zachary Lamb in the Coroner’s race, with receiving 8,912 votes and carrying compared to 8,260 votes for Lamb. Daniel is looking forward...Read More

DeArmond Wins Christian County Sheriff’s Race

The Christian County Sheriff’s Department will be under Republican leadership January 1 after Tyler DeArmond defeated Democrat Kahle Morris in Tuesday’s election. DeArmond carried 30 precincts and racked up 9,343 votes for the win over Morris, who...Read More

Boling Pulls Off Upset In Prosecutor Race

Former Christian County Commonwealth Attorney Rick Boling will return to the post he previously held twelve years ago. Boling garnered 9,781 votes and carried 28 precincts to defeat Pryor, who received 7,520 votes and carried 13 precincts....Read More

Hendricks Wins Second Term As Mayor

Hopkinsville Mayor Carter Hendricks earned a second term in office Tuesday after winning a four-way race. Hendricks received 5,841 votes and won 20 precincts to win the election. The second closest opponent was Democrat Jason McCraw who...Read More