Personal Facebook Page: Jason Keller
Facebook messenger: @KellerForKy
News articles: Frankfort State Journal, January 2, 2020, Third candidate announces run for mayor, but only two have officially filed, Jordan Hensley, Reporter
Duties of the Mayor - City of Frankfort
Layne Wilkerson, Candidate for Mayor of the City of Frankfort, KY; Photo source: Candidate's Campaign Facebook Page
Stewart Perkins, Candidate for Mayor of the City of Frankfort, KY; Photo courtesy of Frankfort State Journal, Jordan Hensley, Reporter
Personal Facebook Page: Tommy Haynes
Candidate Facebook Page: Friends of Tommy Haynes
Click here to send an e-mail to Tommy Haynes
Campaign News: September 6, 2019, Frankfort State Journal Haynes Announces Run for Mayor, McKenna Horsley, Reporter
Office of Mayor - City of Frankfort
Jason Keller, Candidate for Mayor of the City of Frankfort, KY; Photo courtesy of Frankfort State Journal, Jordan Hensley, Reporter
Phone: (502) 223-2752
Personal Facebook Page: Stewart Perkins
News articles: Frankfort State Journal, Mayoral Candidate Perkins Inspired by Father's Long Term Service on the School Board, Jordan Hensley, Reporter
Rodney Williams, Candidate for Mayor of the City of Frankfort, KY; Photo Source: Candidate's website
2020 Candidates for the Office of Mayor - City of Frankfort, Kentucky
Tommy Haynes, Candidate for Mayor of the City of Frankfort, KY; Photo courtesy of candidate's campaign.
The role of mayor in the cities of Kentucky varies according to the type of city government which the voters have elected to choose. These are the types of city governments allowed under Kentucky laws.
In Kentucky, City governments operate under one of three models:
These three different types vary, particularly in the level of responsibilities, duties and powers between the executive branch (Mayor) and the legislative branch (City Commissioners) of city government. This link describes the differences among the three types of city governments in Kentucky.
Frankfort operates under a City Manager form of government. Under Frankfort's form of city government, significant authority is placed in the office of the City Manager.
In the City Manager form of government cities elect a mayor. However, unlike many other cities, Frankfort's mayor serves, participates and votes as a member of the City Commission. Four commissioners are also elected and one mayor, all of whom constitute the Board of Commissioners.