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Maddox files for KY State House's 61st District Seat

January 12, 2018

Savannah Maddox Files for 61st District House Seat

Savannah Maddox, Chair of the Grant County Republican Party, announced her candidacy today for the Kentucky State House’s 61st district, which covers Grant County, and portions of Boone, Kenton, and Scott Counties.

“First and foremost, my purpose in running for this seat is firmly rooted in a commitment to be openly accessible to the people who reside in this district, and to be dedicated to promoting conservative values in the Kentucky Legislature.” says Maddox, who is a lifelong resident of Grant County. In addition to her involvement in Grant County, she also serves as Programming Chair for the Northern Kentucky Young Republicans and has a passion for political engagement in her community. Prior to her own campaign for state representative, Maddox served as county chair for Senator Rand Paul’s campaign and focused on helping other conservative candidates such as Congressman Thomas Massie, Governor Matt Bevin, and State Senate Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer.

“I am motivated by the desire to analyze the issues that impact the 61st district, and to be a dedicated public servant in a legislative capacity in order to develop solutions that improve the lives of those living around me and across the Commonwealth.”

Maddox attended Northern Kentucky University, where she obtained a bachelors degree in both History and International Relations. She resides on a farm in Dry Ridge, along with her husband Eldon Maddox, and two children whom she homeschools. Prior to dedicating herself to educating her children, she was employed by the University of Kentucky-Cooperative Extension Service. Maddox is a member of the Grant County Historical Society, and she and her family attend Family Bible Church in Williamstown.

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