ELECT
TERRY HENDRICK

MAGISTRATE-DISTRICT 4
WARREN COUNTY, KY

THANK YOU!!!

To all who supported and voted, I thank each and every one of you!!! Voices have been heard! Now, on to the general election in November.

Excerpt from the BG Daily News May 18, 2022: Hendrick, a former chief of the Gott Volunteer Fire Department, had a tight race against attorney Flora Templeton Stuart. He won with 579 votes to Stuart’s 536.

“I got out and worked hard,” Hendrick said. “I’m pretty well-known in the Gott, Oakland and Smiths Grove areas, and I think that helped. It will be another tough race going against the incumbent.”

ABOUT CANDIDATE
TERRY HENDRICK

Filing Day - 2021

FAMILY

My family and I have always called District 4 home! My wife and I along with our 2 children and 3 grandchildren all live on the family farm in the Gott community.

SERVICE

I was a 20 year volunteer fire fighter and currently still serve as Chairman of the Board for the Gott Volunteer Fire Department.

PROFESSIONAL

On October 1, 2022 I will be retiring from a very rewarding 27 year career with Bowling Green Municipal Utilities. Upon my retirement I will have been the Operations Supervisor of the Water Treatment Plant for 25 1/2 years.

RELIGION

We are lifelong members of Bethel United Methodist Church.

What Is A Magistrate?

In Kentucky, magistrates (justices of the peace) are members of the fiscal court that leads the county government, passing legislation and administering services and programs. Magistrates approve budgets, hire staff, and set policy.

Current magistrates for Warren County, Kentucky can be found HERE.

VOTER INFORMATION

Register to vote

The deadline to register to vote in the 2022 Primary Election was April 18, 2022

Election 2022

Primary Election Day - Tuesday, May 17
General Election Day - Tuesday, November 8

Where To Vote

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SERVICE TO COMMUNITY

VOLUNTEER

I was a 20 year volunteer fire fighter, serving a term as chief, for the Gott Volunteer Fire Department. I retired as a Captain and First Responder in 2002. I was asked to return as a board member in 2006. In 2007 I was elected Chairman of the Board and still currently serve in that role today. I am extremely grateful to serve the fire department and the community through this position. If elected as Magistrate I plan to continue supporting the volunteer fire departments by looking for additional ways to increase funding and provide assistance to help with the recruitment of new members. Support for our local fire departments is so important for all residents of Warren County.

CHURCH

Proud to have helped the youth group at my church with their Valentine's dinner for the last 24 years.

COMMUNITY

Being a part of multiple community organizations and attending meetings is a critical component in staying connected to what voters want to ensure strength and appropriate growth for their zone.

April 4, 2022: I really appreciate the Warren County volunteer fire departments hosting the candidates forum last week. A lot of important issues were discussed, and I was honored for the invitation to be a part of those discussions.

A couple of weeks ago a dedication ceremony was held at the new Gott Volunteer Fire Department station to honor the sacrifice and memory of my nephew, Kyle Allen Hendrick. It was an honor to be there as both Chairman of the Board but also as a proud Uncle.

I hope, on Election Day (May 17), that the folks of the 4th district will remember how much the volunteer fire departments mean to me and how much I support them.

The Hendrick Family

CONTACT Terry Hendrick

(270) 799-7509

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