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Make your voice heard in our first “Voice of Kentucky” poll!

Make your voice heard! Vote in our first “Voice of Kentucky” poll on this question: Should we fund charter schools?

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Hello, and welcome to our very first “Voice of Kentucky” poll! We are excited to add this new feature to Forward Kentucky, and excited to hear what YOU have to say.

Each Monday, we will post a new poll question on some current topic, policy, or issue. The poll will be open until Thursday evening, then we will gather the results and share them on Friday.

AND, you can add your comments below the poll as well! We will grab some of the best comments and include them in our wrap-up on Friday.

So, get to voting! But note: the VOK polls are for members of ForwardKY only. Not a member, and want to participate? It’s simple: become a free member! Just go here to sign up, then come back and vote in the poll. Your voice is important too!

On to this week’s poll:

Should we fund charter schools?

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Bruce Maples has been involved in politics and activism since 2004, when he became active in the Kerry Kentucky movement. (Read the rest of his bio on the Bruce Maples Bio page in the bottom nav bar.)

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