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Four Candidates Seek Seats Without Major Party Affiliation, Including 6th District

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David Watson for KY General Assembly, via Facebook
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Four candidates have filed for seats in the Kentucky legislature that are not affiliated with either of the two major political parties.

The filing deadline for Republican and Democratic candidates was in January. Anyone running as an independent or third party candidate had to file by April 1.

David Watson filed as a Libertarian for the House seat in Lyon, Marshall and McCracken counties held by Democrat Will Coursey. Paula Robinson is running as a Republican.

Leah King filed as an independent for the Senate seat in Boone County held by Republican John Schickel. Adam N. Duke filed as an independent for the Senate seat in Kenton County held by Republican Chris McDaniel. DAnd Randy Gip Graham filed as an independent for the House district in Boyle and Casey counties held by Republican Daniel Elliott.

The election is November 8.

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