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League of Women Voters announces “Voters’ Choice” TikTok competition Members Subscribers Public
The League of Women Voters of Kentucky is announcing a TikTok contest on redistricting, open to college students across Kentucky.
Event: Action group forms to take on “dark money” Members Subscribers Public
Together Frankfort invites citizens to a Dark Money Action Group meeting on Thursday, December 2 at 7 PM via Zoom.
With support of numerous organizations, Rep. Kulkarni pre-files bills de-criminalizing personal use of cannabis Members Subscribers Public
Looking to add Kentucky to the growing list of states that has authorized adult use of cannabis, state Rep. Nima Kulkarni pre-filed legislation today that would remove criminal penalties for possessing small amounts and give voters a chance to protect those provisions constitutionally.
Charles Booker officially files to run for Senate against Rand Paul Members Subscribers Public
On the first day of qualifying for the 2022 elections, former State Representative Charles Booker filed to run for U.S. Senate in 2022 against Rand Paul.
McGarvey receives more endorsements Members Subscribers Public
Via press release, McGarvey campaign announces seven more endorsements.
Women's rally planned for October 2 in Louisville Members Subscribers Public
A group of Louisville pro-choice organizations and individuals have come together for an empowering women's rally on Saturday, October 2, 2021 at 11 AM, Federal Square, 600 West Chestnut (behind the federal building) in Louisville KY.
Want to help push clean energy? Here's how. Members Subscribers Public
A local group is sponsoring a conference where YOU can learn how to push more clean energy in Louisville and across the state.
House, Senate Dem leaders urge governor and Congressional delegation to offer Kentucky as a home for Afghan refugees Members Subscribers Public
State House and Senate Democratic leaders Joni Jenkins and Morgan McGarvey urged Governor Beshear and the state’s eight-member Congressional delegation to offer Kentucky as a permanent home for Afghan refugees.