The special election for the 18th State Senate District will take place on Tuesday, August 25th.
In anticipation of that election between Republican Jack Ditty, Democrat Robin Webb and Independent Guy Gibbons, we thought it’d be a good idea to take a look at the financial disclosures of each candidate. Those documents are available via the Legislative Ethics Commission.
- Has no investments or securities worth more than $10,000
- Her children own an interest greater than $10,000 in real estate
- She’s received no gifts greater than $200
- Only interest is in her single-person legal practice
- Investments worth more than $10,000 in G Company, First & Peoples Bank & Trust Stock, Morgan Stanley Annuity IRA, Pacific Life Annuity IRA
- Receives divident from First & Peoples Bank & Trust Stock
- Owns rural and residential property in Greenup County
- No gifts over $200
- More than $10,000 in Jack F. Ditty, M.D., P.S.C. (also receives salary and rent), Capital Bluegrass Building Partners, LLC, Capital Gains and Dividents from Mutual Funds from Alexander Investment Services, receives an Honorarium from Abbott Pharmaceutical
- Sits on the following boards of directors: Ashland Community and Technical College, Ashland Tennis Patrons, Ashland Area Health Alliance and Kentucky Tennis Sports Hall of Fame
- Owns residential real estate in Flatwoods, Athens (OH), and Bellefonte. Commercial real estate in the form of his office.
- No gifts worth more than $200
- Owes more than $10,000 to Community Trust Bank and Chase Home Finance
- Securities from Alexander Investment Services include: American Mutual Fund-A, Capital Income Builder-A, Europacific Grown Fund-A, The Growth Fund of America, The Income Fund of America, The New Economy Fund-A, Short-Term Bond Fund of America-A, Smallcap World Fund-A
So… you tell me who has more in common with the average voter in the 18th.