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After a federal judge temporarily blocked a new section of a state law related to filing deadlines, a Libertarian Party candidate has officially joined the 2019 race to become Kentucky's next governor.
John Hicks officially became a candidate Monday, according to the Kentucky Secretary of State's office.
Hicks is a Louisville native and information technology consultant who made a bid to represent the 43rd District in the Kentucky House of Representatives in November. He lost the race to Democrat Charles Booker.
Hicks, 72, is also a U.S. Army veteran who served in Vietnam, and he previously taught in Jefferson County Public Schools and published a community newspaper in Fern Creek.
The Libertarian candidate's running mate is Ann Cormican, a native of Paris, Kentucky, who works at the Toyota Kentucky manufacturing facility in Georgetown.

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https://www.courier-journal.com/story/news/politics/elections/kentucky/2019/05/14/kentucky-governors-race-2019-libertarian-candidate-joins/3664867002/

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