Alecia Webb-Edgington

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Alecia Webb-Edgington
Kentucky House of Representatives District 63
Former Member
In office
Base salary$1,788.51/month
Per diem$135.30/day
Elections and appointments
Last electionNovember 2, 2010
Term limitsN/A
Bachelor'sWestern Kentucky University
Master'sEastern Kentucky University
Date of birthAugust 23, 1966
Office website
Personal website
Alecia Webb-Edgington campaign logo
Alecia Webb-Edgington (b. August 23, 1966) is a former Republican member of the Kentucky House of Representatives, representing District 63 from 2009 to 2013. Webb-Edgington was defeated by Thomas Massie in the Republican primary for Kentucky's 4th District seat.[1]

Webb-Edgington has previously served as a Kentucky State Police Officer and as Executive Director/Deputy Director of Operations and Preventions Initiatives for the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security.[2]


Webb-Edgington earned a bachelor's degree from Western Kentucky University in sociology and criminology, and earned a master's degree from Eastern Kentucky University in criminal justice.[3]


Webb-Edgington worked for the Kentucky State Police as the chief information officer, and also worked for the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security, where she became the first female head of the office.[3]

Committee assignments


In the 2011-2012 legislative session, Webb-Edgington served on the following committees:


In the 2009-2010 legislative session, Webb-Edgington served on the following committees:



See also: Kentucky's 4th Congressional District elections, 2012

Webb-Edgington ran in the 2012 election for the U.S. House to represent Kentucky's 4th District. Webb-Edgington sought the nomination on the Republican ticket.[4] Greg Frank faced Bill Adkins in the Democratic primary. Webb-Edgington faced Gary Moore, Thomas Massie, Brian Oerther, Tom Wurtz, Marc Carey and Walter Christian Schumm in the Republican primary. Thomas Massie defeated Webb-Edgington in the primary. Candidates wishing to run were initially required to file by the signature filing deadline of January 31, 2012. However because the legislature was unable to complete new redistricting maps on time, the deadline was pushed back one week.[5] The new deadline was February 7.[6] The primary elections were held on May 22, 2012.[7]

Kentucky's 4th Congressional District Republican Primary, 2012
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngThomas Massie 44.8% 19,689
Alecia Webb-Edgington 28.6% 12,557
Gary Moore 14.8% 6,521
Brian Oerther 0.6% 257
Tom Wurtz 1.4% 598
Marc Carey 1.8% 783
Walter Christian Schumm 8% 3,514
Total Votes 43,919


Webb-Edgington was endorsed by The Kentucky Professional Firefighters Association in the 4th Congressional District elections.[8]


See also: Kentucky House of Representatives elections, 2010

Webb-Eedginton won re-election to the 63rd District seat on November 2, 2010. She was unopposed, and according to official results, received a total of 12,472.[9]

Webb-Edginton ran unopposed in the May 18 Republican primary election.[10]


On November 4, 2008, Webb-Edgington was elected to the 63rd District Seat in the Kentucky House of Representatives with no opposition.[11] She raised $107,236 for her campaign.[12]

Kentucky House of Representatives, District 63 (2008)
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.pngAlecia Webb-Edgington (R) 17,318 100%

Campaign donors


In 2010, Webb-Edgington raised $29,660 in contributions.[13]

Her two largest contributors were:

Donor Amount
Kentucky Education Association $1,000
Duke Energy $1,000


In 2008 Webb-Edgington collected $107,236 in donations.[14]

Her four largest contributors were:

Donor Amount
Friends of Alecia $14, 218
Kentucky Republican Party $11,506
Webb-Edgington, Alecia $3,349
Bluegrass Committee $3,000

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Preceded by
Jon E. Draud
Kentucky House of Representatives District 63
Succeeded by
Diane St. Onge (R)