The Kentucky Senate
Republican Candidate for Senate District 7
Ken Carroll, Independent Party Candidate for KY Senate District 7. Photo source: Candidate
Candidates for Kentucky Senate District 7
The Kentucky Senate is the upper house of the Kentucky General Assembly. The Kentucky Senate is composed of 38 members elected from single-member districts throughout the Commonwealth. There are no term limits for Kentucky Senators. The Kentucky Senate meets at the Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort.
To qualify as a candidate for Kentucky's senate, a citizen must be at least 30 years old, a citizen of Kentucky, and must have lived in the state at least six years immediately preceding an election. A senator must live in the district for at least one (1) year prior to election. Senators are elected for four-year (4 year) terms, with half the Senate elected every two (2) years.
Kentucky's Senate District 7 includes five counties:
The 7th District stretches from Gallatin (county seat, Warsaw), bordered by the Ohio River north, traveling south through Owen (county seat, Owenton), then spreading through the 3 county area of Franklin, Woodford, and Anderson, which includes their county seats of Frankfort, Versailles, and Lawrenceburg, respectively.
The following 3 candidates are running to serve Senate District 7: Democrat; Independent; Republican.
Kentucky Senate District 7
Democratic Candidate for Senate District 7
Rep. Joe Graviss, Candidate for Kentucky Senate District 7. Photo source: Candidate Facebook page.
Independent Candidate for Senate District 7
Adrienne E. Southworth, Candidate for Kentucky Senate District 7. Photo source: Candidate Facebook page.
Joe Graviss (D)
P.O. Box 1002
Versailles, KY 40383
Phone: (859) 433-4392 (cell)
Click here to email Joe Graviss
Facebook Messenger: @joegravissforkentucky