The Oldham County Democratic Party held their annual Martha Layne Collins Dinner recently. Here are some photos from this event. Enjoy!
Lydia Coffey, write-in candidate for KY House district 54, helped make the giant apple pie for the Casey County Apple Festival. Check out the photos!
Al Gentry has made a personal commitment to those who are struggling and less fortunate; they will have a voice in Frankfort. He will never quit.
Darrell Link has been a leader in his community and statewide, as both a local judge-executive and a statewide executive director.
All his life, Brent Yonts helped other people. His drive for public service is why he wants to go back to Frankfort to serve his community once more.
Jeff Greer has taken his business experience and applied it to his time in Frankfort, speaking up for small businesses and the families in his community.
Maurice Sweeney hopes to inspire others to “go beyond the conversation” and to challenge incumbents whose leadership has become outdated or ineffective.
It’s not often that a new elected official doesn’t get challenged for re-election, but for Angie Hatton, it’s proof of how well she represents her district.
As a school board member, Wilson Stone knows the struggles school districts face when they don’t get the support they need from state government.
Jeff Donohue is connected to the district he serves: “I married my wife Colleen, we bought our house, and we raised our three children in District 37.”
Tom Burch has spent much of his life working to improve the lives of at-risk Kentuckians, and is a valuable member of our political community.
“The legislature has forgotten our working families, hurt our schools, stifled our teachers, forgotten our drug crisis, and trampled rights." – Rob Walker