Bowling Green City Commission

You may vote for 4 candidates.

Sue Parrigin

Political party: Nonpartisan

Campaign Facebook: Facebook

Question 1:

What is your vision for how you will represent Bowling Green? How will Bowling Green be different in two years if you’re elected?

Did not respond.

Andrew Manley

Political party: Nonpartisan

Campaign Facebook: Facebook

Question 1:

What is your vision for how you will represent Bowling Green? How will Bowling Green be different in two years if you’re elected?

My vision for Bowling Green's future entails valuing our cultural diversity while providing everyone who chooses to live here with an opportunity to have a rewarding life experience. I see BGKY as being a community that supports its youth so as to ensure that all of our children have an opportunity to grow into adults who contribute to the global community in all facets of modern life. Bowling Green has the talent to become a cornerstone for innovation in Kentucky. Being home to a top rated high school and some of the world’s most recognizable brands, we have an extraordinary opportunity to strengthen our economy. However, we need to be focused on longevity. I intend to work to promote policy that provides the resources to our city to make Bowling Green a world-class 21st century city. Once elected BGKY will be different by having a Commissioner that is future focused.

Brian "Slim" Nash

Political party: Nonpartisan

Campaign website: http://slimnash.com/

Campaign Twitter: Twitter

Question 1:

What is your vision for how you will represent Bowling Green? How will Bowling Green be different in two years if you’re elected?

I commit to every resident of Bowling Green the following four point pledge:

1.To offer a transparent, truthful & representative government;

2.To provide supreme government services at the lowest appropriate cost;

3.To ensure that OUR CITY can compete effectively in an ever expanding local, state, national & international economy;

4.To improve the quality of life for ALL who call Bowling Green home.

Dan Rudloff

Political party: Nonpartisan

Campaign Facebook: Facebook

Question 1:

What is your vision for how you will represent Bowling Green? How will Bowling Green be different in two years if you’re elected?

Given my background in law and economics, I have skills that will assist city government in making wise decisions

Derek Lee Reeder

Political party: Nonpartisan

Campaign Facebook: Facebook

Campaign Twitter: Twitter

Question 1:

What is your vision for how you will represent Bowling Green? How will Bowling Green be different in two years if you’re elected?

Did not respond.

Jennifer Morlan

Political party: Nonpartisan

Question 1:

What is your vision for how you will represent Bowling Green? How will Bowling Green be different in two years if you’re elected?

Citizens of Bowling Green would be working and the unemployment rate would be down. Bowling Green would be ready for anything, like what happened in the ice storm. We weren't ready. If I was elected I would make sure that Bowling Green was ready.

Joe Denning

Political party: Nonpartisan

Question 1:

What is your vision for how you will represent Bowling Green? How will Bowling Green be different in two years if you’re elected?

Did not respond.

Mark Bradford

Political party: Nonpartisan

Question 1:

What is your vision for how you will represent Bowling Green? How will Bowling Green be different in two years if you’re elected?

Did not respond.

Matt Stephens

Political party: Nonpartisan

Question 1:

What is your vision for how you will represent Bowling Green? How will Bowling Green be different in two years if you’re elected?

Did not respond.

Nathan "Nate" Morguelan

Political party: Nonpartisan

Campaign website: http://www.nathanmorguelan.com

Campaign Facebook: Facebook

Question 1:

What is your vision for how you will represent Bowling Green? How will Bowling Green be different in two years if you’re elected?

Bowling Green is a fantastic city, but it doesn't mean we can't work even harder to make it better. I envision a city with an active and progressive government that treats its citizens fairly and equally. I would love nothing more than to lead the charge on making Bowling Green an even greater city than it already is.

Rick Williams

Political party: Nonpartisan

Campaign website: http://www.electrickwilliams.com/

Question 1:

What is your vision for how you will represent Bowling Green? How will Bowling Green be different in two years if you’re elected?

Did not respond.

Ryan Gene Fulkerson

Political party: Nonpartisan

Campaign Facebook: Facebook

Question 1:

What is your vision for how you will represent Bowling Green? How will Bowling Green be different in two years if you’re elected?

I wish to engage with all residents of Bowling Green. I feel that there is a disconnect between the voters and our local city officials and I am seeking to get average citizens who have not been engaged involved in local politics. I am also running a campaign that is issue oriented rather than personality driven. I will work very hard to pass a fairness ordinance, the landlord tenant act URLTA, a minimum wage increase, increase diversity in city employment, and to work to make downtown Bowling Green a central business and entertainment district. Together these policies and vision for Bowling Green will transform our city.