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Molly Crain

Molly Crain
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A native Fleming Countian, Molly Crain is a writer and media consultant with experience in Kentucky grassroots advocacy and political campaigns. Concerned with how technology and politics has impacted the journalism industry, in 2016 she obtained an M.A. from Georgetown University in Communication, Culture, and Technology. Soon after, the Bluegrass state beckoned her home, where she hopes to continue to make an impact. In her free time you may find her jogging around Louisville or spending time in Lexington at Bluegrass Stockyards with her family.
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Gay Adelmann – taking the fight for public ed to Frankfort

“Despite all the warnings we gave her about the true agenda of this 'reform movement,' my senator didn’t listen. She voted for charter schools anyway. That’s why I decided to run.” – Gay Adelmann, candidate for state Senate. Read our profile to learn more about this public education champion.

Jim Gray: Taking hands-on experience to Congress

“As mayors, we’re on the front lines. We see these issues through a lens that is often very personal,” said Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, who is running for Congress in the 6th Congressional district. Hands-on mayoral experience at the ground-level is how Gray distinguishes himself as a Congressional candidate.
Patti Piatt, candidate for Congress

Patti Piatt – ready to represent ALL of CD4 in Washington

“We have people making decisions for us and about us, who aren’t like us. Who’ve never had to struggle. Who’ve never had to live paycheck to paycheck,” said Patti Piatt, Congressional candidate for Kentucky’s 4th district. Learn more about Patti in our latest candidate profile.

Paula Clemons-Combs, a mountain woman ready to take on Frankfort

“If you get a mountain woman mad, you’re in trouble,” said Paula Clemons-Combs, a Breathitt County High School teacher and Board of Education member now running for Kentucky’s 30th Senate district.
Cherlynn Stevenson

Cherlynn Stevenson running to bring a new voice to Frankfort

For many, the January 2016 Women’s March on Washington became a turning point in their political awareness. For Cherlynn Stevenson—now a candidate for Kentucky’s 88th House district in Lexington—the March fueled her fire to run for office.