Candidates draw for position on November’s ballot

August 14, 2014
City Council candidate Tamara Sanborn drew the number 4 from an envelope Thursday held out to her by Knox County Clerk Mike Corey. This means her name will be listed fourth on the November ballot race for Barbourville City Council.

City Council candidate Tamara Sanborn drew the number 4 from an envelope Thursday held out to her by Knox County Clerk Mike Corey. This means her name will be listed fourth on the November ballot race for Barbourville City Council.

Several candidates running for office in November gathered at the Knox County Clerk’s office in order to find where their name would be positioned on the November ballot. Position numbers were written on folded pieces of paper and put into an envelope. One by one the numbers were drawn so the candidates would know where they would be positioned on the ballot.


County Clerk Mike Corey reminded everyone, this is not their number on the ballot – that will be determined by office rank – but it is the position they will be listed under their particular race.

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