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James Kay (Kentucky politician)

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Preceded by  Carl Rollins
Nationality  American
Name  James Kay

Political party  Democratic
Role  American Politician
Profession  Attorney
Party  Democratic Party
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Born  December 19, 1982 (age 33) Woodford County, Kentucky (1982-12-19)
Alma mater  University of Kentucky University of Kentucky College of Law
Residence  Versailles, Kentucky, United States
Education  University of Kentucky College of Law, University of Kentucky

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James L. Kay II (born December 19, 1982 in Woodford County, Kentucky) is an American politician and a Democratic member of the Kentucky House of Representatives representing District 56 since his June 24, 2013 special election to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Representative Carl Rollins.


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Kay earned his BA in history and political science from the University of Kentucky and his JD from University of Kentucky College of Law.


  • 2013 When District 56 Representative Rollins left the Legislature and left the seat open, Kay won the three-way June 25, 2013 Special election with 3,925 votes (44.0%) against Republican candidate Lyen Crews (who had run for the seat in 2010) and Independent candidate John-Mark Hack.
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