Circuit Judge Robert B. “Bob” Conley visited Carter County this week for a casual gathering of supporters at a local farm property of Steve Womack, hosted by Will and Michelle Wilhoit along with Ramona Salyer.
Conley and guests enjoyed perfect weather for the event along with meals catered by The Hogs Trough in Grayson and the evening concluded with a few remarks from Conley about his campaign, as well as his goals if elected to the Kentucky Supreme Court.
Judge Conley told the audience he is “a law and order judge” who would protect their constitutional rights. The Kentucky Supreme Court candidate is scheduled for a complete interview with the Carter County Post early next week.
Guests, including Republican Representative Richard White from Rowan County as well as Republican candidate for District 96 State Representative, Patrick Flannery, seemed to make a point of limiting personal contact and observing social distancing guidelines throughout the evening.
According to his website, “Judge Robert B. “Bob” Conley is running to serve as the Kentucky Supreme Court Justice for the people of Eastern Kentucky in the November 3rd General Election.
“Judge Conley is prepared to serve on the Kentucky Supreme Court on day one following his 25 plus years of extensive experience as a trial judge. He was elected District Judge by the people of Greenup and Lewis Counties in 1995 and was elected Circuit Judge in 2006.
“During his time on the bench, his decisions have been focused on simply following the law. He wants to take these experiences and Eastern Kentucky values to Frankfort to serve as your voice on the Kentucky Supreme Court.”
Like all other Judicial races, this office is Non-Partisan. All voters of all parties and affiliations can vote for the Supreme Court in the Primary and General Elections.
Conley will appear on the ballot opposite Chris Harris – a member of the Kentucky House of Representatives currently representing District 93.
For more information, visit http://conleyforsupremecourt.com/ online.
Info and Photos by TIM PRESTON
Carter County Post