Pulaski, County is responsible for early settlement contributions toward the Commonwealth of Kentucky. This May 17th, 2022, in Pulaski County, Kentucky will administer the primary election from which the winners will appear on the final election on November 8th, 2022.
The US Census Bureau estimates that 65,423 people live in Pulaski County, Kentucky. Of that population, roughly 77% are registered voters. TwoSq Media provides the chart below, which breaks down voter composition in Pulaski County, Kentucky.
Christopher Harris of the Commonwealth Journal, describes in an article, that Pulaski County, Kentucky held an election process event in which an Election Coordinator, at random, selected the orders of which names would be placed on the ballot.
The Pulaski County primary election consists of votes for local offices of:
- County-Judge Executive
- Right now, Stephen Kelley, Pulaski County-Judge Executive is finding Republican candidates, Shirlene Epperson Taylor, and Marshall Todd, early challengers.
- County Attorney
- Incumbent Pulaski County Attorney, Martin Harfield, is being challenged by attorney, Mr. Greg Ousley.
- County Clerk
- Pulaski County Clerk’s office, currently headed by Linda Burnett, finds two Republicans looking to gain their name on the November 8th Kentucky General Election vote.
- Sheriff Greg Speck is the current Pulaski County Sheriff. Republicans Bobby Jones, Glenn Todd Daulton, and Troy McLin are candidates looking to take the office by vote.
Harris' article in the Commonwealth Journal, some offices are not being challenged by the Kentucky Republican Primary on May 17th. The Pulaski County Clerk's website gives instruction on how to vote, where to vote, and when to vote.
The May 17th primary win, lands the candidate on Pulaski County election toward November 8th’s Kentucky General Election, 2022.