- Associated Press - Thursday, April 4, 2019

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Members of the Kentucky Education Association have chosen Eddie Campbell as its next president.

Campbell has been association vice president since 2016 and will begin his three-year term as president on June 15.

The organization said in a news release that he was elected Thursday by a majority of more than 89 percent over three other candidates.

Campbell replaces Stephanie Winkler, who was term limited. He is on leave from the Knox County school system, where he is choir director of Knox Central High and Middle Schools.

The election took place during KEA’s 147th Delegate Assembly. Joel Wolford was elected vice president. He is a librarian media specialist at Russell Springs Elementary.



The KEA represents more than 43,000 teachers.

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