Incumbent out in Radcliff; Bill Bennett wins in E'town

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By Jeff D'Alessio

One of six incumbents seeking re-election for Radcliff City Council has been voted out.

Jack Holland, who returned to the council in 2010, finished seventh. Jacob Pearman was voted in by Radcliff voters.

Don Shaw was sixth with 2,986 votes, while Holland had 2,953 votes.

Barbara Baker led the way with 3,771 votes. She was followed by  Stan Holmes with 3,698 votes, Don Yates (3,237), Edward L. Palmer Sr. (3,105), Pearman (3,080), Jerry Brown (2,871), Doug Moulton (2,207) and Clarence Duggins (1,757).

Edna Berger led all vote-getters in the race for Elizabethtown City Council with all 14 precincts reporting with 6,027 votes.

Berger led all vote-getters two years ago as well.

She was followed by Tony Bishop (5,669), challenger Bill Bennett (5.522), Ron Thomas (5,468), Marty Fulkerson (5,250), Kenny Lewis (5,098), Terry Shipp (4,841), Arnold Myers (4,203) and Bob Hack (2,746).

In Hardin County School Board District 5, Suzanne Broadwater defeated Gail Phoenix, 3,068-1,940.

In the 2nd Congressional District, incumbent Brett Guthrie defeated David Williams, 23,207-13,193. Andrew Beacham had 963 votes and Craig Astor of Hodgenville 815.

In West Point City Council, Lavina Curl, Dwayne Culver, Carl Hall, Fred Staley Jr., Josh Roederer and D.P. Wise were voted in.

The News-Enterprise will have election updates on all races throughout the night.