K.C. Crosbie

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K.C. Crosbie
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Candidate for
Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky
PartyRepublican
Elections and appointments
Next primaryMay 19, 2015
Next generalNovember 3, 2015
Term limitsN/A
Education
Bachelor'sUniversity of Kentucky College of Communication (1992)
Personal
Date of birthNovember 26, 1969
Place of birthLexington, Kentucky
ReligionMethodist
Websites
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K.C. Crosbie is a Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky in the 2015 elections. She is running with gubernatorial candidate Hal Heiner for the Republican nomination.

On March 4, 2014, Heiner and Crosbie formally announced their campaign for the open governor's seat in the 2015 elections. The duo filed their candidacies on January 26, 2015.[1] Heiner hopes to succeed Democratic incumbent Gov. Steve Beshear, who is barred by term limits from seeking re-election in 2015.[2]

She was a 2011 Republican candidate for Kentucky State Treasurer.

Biography

Crosbie previously served on the Lexington Fayette Urban County Council. She received a degree in communications from the University of Kentucky and has served on the boards of the American Heart Association, University of Kentucky Alumni Association and State of Kentucky Board of Claims.[3]

Elections

2015

See also: Kentucky gubernatorial and lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2015

Seven state executive offices in Kentucky are up for election in 2015. The general election will be held on November 3, 2015, following a primary election on May 19, 2015. The following sections summarize filed candidates running for each state executive office on the ballot:

Governor/Lieutenant Governor
Incumbents Steve Beshear (D) and Crit Luallen (D) are not running for re-election.

Attorney General
Incumbent Jack Conway (D) is seeking election as governor

Secretary of State

Auditor

Commissioner of Agriculture
Incumbent James Comer, Jr. (R) is seeking election as governor

Treasurer
Incumbent Todd Hollenbach (D) is term-limited


Campaign finance

First quarter report (2015)
Comprehensive donor information for this election has been collected from the state's campaign finance authority. Based on available campaign finance records, the candidates raised a total of $3,712,481 and spent a total of $5,132,368.71 during this reporting period. This information was last updated on April 24, 2015.[4]

Campaign Contributions and Expenditures
Candidate Office Beginning balance Contributions Expenditures Ending balance
Jack Conway/Sannie Overly Democratic Party Kentucky Governor/Lieutenant Governor $951,795.60 $872,346.75 $410,248.42 $1,413,893.93
James Comer, Jr./Chris McDaniel Republican Party Kentucky Governor/Lieutenant Governor $873,474.86 $1,013,831.02 $848,860.07 $1,038,445.81
Hal Heiner/K.C. Crosbie Republican Party Kentucky Governor/Lieutenant Governor $3,467,422.17 $278,101.97 $2,727,925.03 $1,017,599.11
Matt Bevin/Jenean Hampton Republican Party Kentucky Governor/Lieutenant Governor $0 $1,322,717.02 $1,036,516.47 $286,200.55
Will T. Scott/Rodney Coffey Republican Party Kentucky Governor/Lieutenant Governor $0 $195,330.00 $83,153.78 $112,176.22
Drew Curtis/Heather Curtis Independent Kentucky Governor/Lieutenant Governor $0 $30,154.24 $25,664.94 $4,489.30
Geoff Young/Jonathan Masters Democratic Party Kentucky Governor/Lieutenant Governor $0 $0 $0 $0
Grand Total Raised $3,712,481
Grand Total Spent $5,132,368.71

Fourth quarter report (2014)
Comprehensive donor information for this election has been collected from the state's campaign finance authority. Based on available campaign finance records, the candidates raised a total of $880,190.47 and spent a total of $545,733.73 during this reporting period. This information was last updated on February 3, 2015.[5]

Campaign Contributions and Expenditures
Candidate Office Beginning balance Contributions Expenditures Ending balance
James Comer, Jr./Chris McDaniel Republican Party Kentucky Governor/Lieutenant Governor $477,656.47 $548,043.60 $152,225.21 $873,474.86
Jack Conway/Sannie Overly Democratic Party Kentucky Governor/Lieutenant Governor $978,044.51 $176,042 $202,290.91 $951,795.60
Hal Heiner/K.C. Crosbie Republican Party Kentucky Governor/Lieutenant Governor $3,502,534.91 $156,104.87 $191,217.61 $3,467,422.17
Matt Bevin/Jenean Hampton Republican Party Kentucky Governor/Lieutenant Governor $0 $0 $0 $0
Drew Curtis/Heather Curtis Independent Kentucky Governor/Lieutenant Governor $0 $0 $0 $0
Will T. Scott/Rodney Coffey Republican Party Kentucky Governor/Lieutenant Governor $0 $0 $0 $0
Geoff Young/Johnathan Masters Democratic Party Kentucky Governor/Lieutenant Governor $0 $0 $0 $0
Grand Total Raised $880,190.47
Grand Total Spent $545,733.73

2011

See also: Kentucky down ballot state executive elections, 2011

Crosbie ran unopposed in the May 17 Republican primary. She lost to incumbent Democrat Todd Hollenbach in the general election on November 8. Libertarian Ken Moellman came in third.[6]

Kentucky Treasurer, 2011
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Democratic Green check mark transparent.pngTodd Hollenbach Incumbent 48.8% 393,413
     Republican K.C. Crosbie 46.6% 375,916
     Libertarian Ken Moellman 4.6% 37,261
Total Votes 806,590


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