Incumbent Rep. Scott Cepicky, R-Culleoka, defeated Democratic opponent Jameson Manor, a Culleoka Unit School educator, in the Nov. 8 election, gearing up for a second term. Manor, who resides in Spring Hill, mostly opposed Cepicky's conservative education policies, though Cepicky said those policies are what drew more votes his way.
Republican incumbent Scott Cepicky defeated Democrat Jameson Manor with 70.70% of the vote last night, securing a second term as State Representative for District 64. Cepicky received 15,078 of votes while Manor received 6,248, or 29.30% of the vote.
Incumbent Rep. Scott Cepicky, R-Culleoka, secured the 64th District House seat for another term, reigning over opponent Jason Gilliam in the Aug. 4 Republican Primary. Cepicky drew 4,732 votes, or 54.4%, while Gilliam garnered 3,943 votes, or 45.35% of the vote. Republicans Gilliam and Cepicky squared off at a time when the county is facing a property tax...
Republican incumbent Scott Cepicky defeated Jason Gilliam with 54% percent of the vote last Thursday to become the Republican nominee for State House District 64. Cepicky received 4,732 votes while Gilliam received 3,943.
Columbia Daily Herald
Maury County’s State Representative, Scott Cepicky, R-Culleoka, has introduced a bill that would allow prospective school board members to proclaim a political party on the ballot. Across the state, school board elections have traditionally been nonpartisan. Cepicky, a mortgage banker and loan originator in Columbia, has introduced the bill in...