Where is Magisterial District 6?
Magisterial District 6, the largest in land area, shown on the maps below, includes these precincts: Bald Knob, Bellpoint, Bridgeport-Botkins, Choateville, Courthouse, Hickory Hills and St. Johns.
As shown in the graphic below, the district includes the farthest northern parts of the county. The map shows the portion of Magistrate District 6 which includes the city of Frankfort, taking in residential areas off East Main Street. The map below shows the portion of Magistrate District 6 which includes portions of the city, in Bellpoint, and extends west past Glenn's Creek Road to include Martin Luther King Boulevard and neighborhoods near Kentucky State University.
Candidates for Franklin County Magistrate District 6
Candidate for Franklin County District 6 Magistrate - General Election
Of the three Democratic candidates who filed to run for District 6 Magistrate in the May 17, 2022 Primary Election, (Ted Collins; *Lambert Moore; Eric E. Whisman), candidate Whisman won with 38.41% of the vote (according to information from the Franklin County Clerk's office). Click here for more information about the candidates in the May 17, 2022 Primary Election.
Because no Republican candidate filed to run for District 6 Magistrate, Whisman will be unopposed on the ballot in the November General Election.
Magistrate District 6
Magistrates, along with the County Judge Executive, make up the Fiscal Court - the governing body of Franklin County. The page provides information about Franklin County's Magisterial District 6. Since Kentucky has a primary election for local officials in 2022, contact information for candidates for the Magisterial District 6 is included. We urge you to contact candidates, learn about their plans if elected, and share your interests and concerns. Elections are about more than just voting -- elections provide us the opportunity to learn about candidates and to work for those we support!
Magisterial districts are represented by "Justices of the Peace" or more commonly known as "Magistrates." The position is a partisan office, meaning that candidates must declare the political party for which they seek to be elected to represent.
A constable is also elected from each district. They are charged with & serve various court documents such as summons, civil actions & warrants. There are six district constables (click for a listing of current constables), each responsible for one of the six Magisterial Districts.
The map of Franklin county, below, shows all 44 voting precincts in the full county map to the right of the graphic. These precincts are grouped to form six (6) magisterial districts, which are required by law to include a population similar in number, in each district. District 6 (click here for a more detailed map of District 6) is made up of seven (7) precincts. Voters in each district of the six (6) magisterial districts elect one candidate to represent the district on the Franklin County Fiscal Court, the governing body for the county, along with the County Judge Executive.
6th District Constable Candidate
Candidate for Franklin County District 6 Constable
DEMOCRATS: One candidate filed to run for District 6 Constable in the primary election: *Richard Sandifer, the incumbent. Since no other Democrats and no Republican filed to run for this office, Sandifer will proceed to the November general election unopposed.
REPUBLICAN: No Republican candidates filed to run for District 6 Constable. Therefore the Democratic candidate will be unopposed in the November general election.
Where is Franklin County Magistrate District 6?