Kim Kellogg-Martin has announced that she will run for the position of Judge of the Logan County Common Pleas Court, Domestic Relations, Juvenile & Probate Divisions, more commonly known as Family Court. This will be her second time running for this office. In her first attempt she lost to Judge C. Douglas Chamberlain in a very close race.
After receiving her Bachelor's Degree from Ohio State University she attended Ohio Northern University where she obtained her law degree. Kellogg-Martin has served the citizens of Logan County for over 30 years. She was involved in private practice before accepting a full-time position as an Assistant Prosecutor. She also served as Chief Assistant Logan County Prosecutor where she handled many high profile felony cases. During her entire career, both public and private, Kim specialized in the protection of the exploited and spearheaded many task forces to combat domestic violence, child abuse, and abuse of the elderly.
Despite her busy legal career, she has shared her personal time and talents with many civic and service organizations and agencies throughout the County. Kim is an active member of St. Patrick’s Parish.
Kellogg-Martin has lived in Logan County her entire life. She has been married to her husband Jeff for over 32 years. They currently live in Bellefontaine where they raised two daughters and enjoy one granddaughter.