Brian Painter – Campbell County Commissioner
Friendly, Courteous, Conservative
I love serving, making a better County, advancing taxpayer interests in efficient County Government, creating great Recreation opportunities, Improving connectivity and infrastructure for every household and business.
Born here, Serve here
I grew up in Alexandria and attended Campbell County schools. Got a Bachelors of Science at NKU, then got a Master of Science at Ohio University. Married my wife Sulinda (Lampe) Painter, then we both launched our professional science careers. We worked in our careers starting in Florida, Ohio, then Idaho for thirteen years. We learned about our country, Then we got our son, and we decided to raise him around the people we loved right here in Campbell County. We started a small business here in 2003 and we ran Vineyard Hardwoods until 2017.
I have been one of your County Commissioners since first elected in 2010. Folks trust me with the issues because I work to get them solved. I get calls ranging from road surface issues to medicines for a loved one in jail. I work to get problems solved for you. I love the outdoors and recreation. You can find me serving at the festival on the lake, senior picnic or any other county function. I have taken a personal interest in getting our golf course into the financial black and I contribute financially there as a member.
Listed are positions I serve in besides Fiscal Court:
Cooperative Extension Service of Campbell County – Board Member.
Alexandria Fair Board – Associate Member.
Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana (OKI) – Executive Committee Member.
Church of Christ of Alexandria – Serving (Previously with Main Street for 15 years).
My personal philosophy on how to be a great citizen; is to find a Church, join and serve there. Learn to love your neighbor as yourself. Then this love will overflow into everything you do in your community.
Entrance to AJ Jolly Golf Course from US-27. Grounds crews take great care of this course, making Jolly rank 11th in the state in quality golf courses. Really no other courses in the area allow a view of a 250 acre lake and corresponding wildlife viewing. Just a spectacular place in the largest county park in the State of Kentucky. Charitable groups love this course for the money that they generate from such a great setting!