Craig Lindon, a lifelong Democrat, was born and raised in Hazel Green, KY. He is a graduate of Wolfe County High School and has spent his entire life in the 97th District.
Upon graduation, Lindon began working for the Kentucky Transportation Department where he spent 23-years and retired in July of 2017. As a retired State employee, he has first-hand experience with how state government works.
Lindon will to stand up for the people of the 97th District and bring a working mans perspective to Frankfort. “If you have someone that understands how things work, you can get things done,” Lindon says.
Lindon believes that 21st-century infrastructure like good roads and bridges, high-speed internet and reliable cell phone services, can only benefit Eastern Kentucky. He states, “Infrastructure creates jobs and helps to build a strong long-term job market.”
He is a member of the Cox Masonic Lodge, a member of the Hazel Green Christian Church and a former member of the transportation committee for the Kentucky River Area Development District, Lindon is a very active member of the community.
Craig Lindon and his wife Jenny live in Campton with their children.