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(born August 19, 1972) is an American politician from the Commonwealth of Kentucky who currently represents the state's 1st congressional district in the United States House of Representatives.He previously served as the Agriculture Commissioner of Kentucky from 2012 to 2016 and in the Kentucky House of Representatives from 2000 to 2012.Comer sought the Republican nomination for Governor of Kentucky in the 2015 election.After losing, he successfully sought the Republican nomination for Kentucky's 1st congressional district to succeed fellow Republican Ed Whitfield.
In addition, Comer had refused to concede and stated that he would ask for a recanvass.The request for recanvass was filed with the Kentucky Secretary of State's office on May 20, 2015 with Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes ordering the recanvass to occur at a.m. In 2016 Comer entered the Republican primary election for the first congressional district of Kentucky against two other competitors. Voters voted separately both for who would fill the unexpired seat of predecessor Ed Whitfield from the date of the election forward, as well as who would fill the seat for the upcoming 2017-19 term, and Comer won both elections.Prior to the primary, he was endorsed by both the National Rifle Association and the US Chamber of Commerce. After the bill's passing, Comer stated: “I am proud to support this critical part of President Trump’s pro-growth agenda that will fulfill this promise to the American people who have struggled under the weight of Washington bureaucrats for far too long.” Comer is married to Tamara Jo "TJ" Comer and has three children, one boy and two girls.He is a Member of First Baptist Church of Tompkinsville, but has attended Forks of the Elkhorn Baptist Church since his election to the office of Agriculture Commissioner.A blast of bone-chilling cold reaching lows not seen in two decades gripped the United States yesterday, sending temperatures in some areas plunging to significantly below those at the South Pole and snarling air travel.
Superlatives abounded, even in Midwestern states used to chest-high snow and bitter cold, as the National Weather Service said the deep freeze was making its way east.