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State Officials To Take Office Monday

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Updated: 12/30/2011 11:46 pm
Winners of November's elections will be sworn in Monday -- with the exception of the governor and lieutenant governor, who have already taken office.

It will be a second term for Attorney General Jack Conway and Treasurer Todd Hollenbach. Allison Lundergan Grimes will become secretary of state, Adam Edelen will be sworn in as auditor, and James Comer will take office as agriculture commissioner. Comer is the only Republican in the group.

Governor Steve Beshear and Lieutenant Governor Jerry Abramson were sworn in earlier this month.


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