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Jeffery Humble Announces Candidacy for State Representative

 
Jeffery Humble filed paperwork earlier this month to run for the Kentucky House of Representatives seat in District 21.
 
Humble, a Democrat from Adair County, says he chose to challenge for the position because the district needs a strong voice in Frankfort. 
 
“I’m excited to fight for the people of District 21,” Humble says. “Every day, in every aspect of my life, I am committed to carrying forward the spirit of our Commonwealth. I believe all Kentuckians deserve someone who will always act in their best interests and not just a select few.”
 
The November election will be Humble’s first as a candidate, as he has spent the past two decades building a successful career in the insurance business. Since 2005, he has worked as an agent, broker, and sales director. He’s eager to apply those leadership skills to serving his community.
 
“I know we must work together to address the challenges facing our communities within District 21,” Humble says. “From making sure the state economy works for all in the district to ensuring our local teachers and frontline workers are protected, we have so much left to do. We need more than a quiet mouse in Frankfort advocating for our district.”
 
Humble’s roots in the area he intends to represent go back several generations. His grandparents are the late Maxine and Rymon Humble, both from Adair County. Rymon was a farmer while Maxine was a longtime educator in the Adair County School System. His parents are the late Billy Humble—a local farmer, veteran, and teamster—and Anita Smallwood, a retired Kentucky school teacher. 
 
In addition to Humble’s corporate career, he also manages the legacy of his parents’ farm in Adair County. 
 
“I see the challenges we face here every day,” Humble says. “They’re the same as they’ve always been—economic development, access to healthcare and education, improved infrastructure, and affordable housing.” 
 
Humble graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science, minor in Special Education, and earned his Master’s degree in business administration (MBA) from Bethel University. He currently serves on the EKU International Alumni Association Executive Board. Governor Andy Beshear bestowed Humble the honor of Kentucky Colonel, and he sits on the organization’s Ambassador Council. 
 
District 21 comprises Adair, Monroe, Cumberland, and Metcalfe counties. The 2024 election is set for Tuesday, Nov. 5.
 
“I hope in the following weeks to meet and hear from the people of District 21.” Humble says. “I want to know your needs and your stories, so I can help make a difference representing you in Frankfort.”
 

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