Chapter: Northern Kentucky

If you believe that Northern Kentucky communities are best served by honoring diversity and promoting sustainability, then join the Northern Kentucky chapter of Kentuckians for the Commonwealth.

The chapter began in Northern Kentucky in 2010, and has been active working to build a more just and sustainable community. From concerts, to film series, to candidate forums, our chapter is always working to find ways to better engage and work within our community. We hope you can join us, and help build a better Kentucky.

Recent Activities

Northern Kentucky chapter reaching out

The Northern Kentucky chapter of Kentuckians for the Commonwealth returned to two festivals this year to continue to build upon existing relationships with key ally organizations in the region.

Northern Kentucky members weigh in at Blue Ribbon tax meeting

Tuesday night was the 4th of six Blue Ribbon Tax Commission Public Input Meetings, and KFTC members showed up with grace and good solutions for raising revenue and making our tax structure fairer a

Upcoming Northern Kentucky Events!

Pike Street Lounge Flyer

A week from Saturday the Northern Kentucky chapter of Kentuckians for the Commonwealth plan on holding a unique fundraiser that should have something for everybody. Whether you enjoy testing your knowledge, dance parties, costume contests, or just good drinks and good company there will something for you! 

Help decide the future of Kentucky's tax system

Last Chance sign.jpgKentuckians deserve investments in good jobs, clean air and water, quality educations, and healthy, vibrant communities. This Kentucky is possible, but we need to reform our state tax system.

And this summer may well be our best opportunity in the last decade to push forward tax reforms that improve our quality of life. Right now, Kentucky's Blue Ribbon Commission on Tax Reform is getting ready to hold Public Meetings across the state. Everyday Kentuckians are invited to share their best ideas about needed state tax reforms--ideas that will shape the Commission's recommendations for the 2013 General Assembly. The first of these meetings is in Paducah on May 29.

Cincinnati Transitions to 100% Renewable Electricity

More than 50,000 commercial and residential electricity users in Cincinnati hired a new electricity company this week - one that aims to power the city on 100% clean energy.

Cincinnati is the first city in Ohio and the first of its size to move to 100% clean energy. The city's manager expects the average eligible household's bill to decrease by $133 as a result.


Regular Meetings:

Center for Great Neighborhoods
321 W. 12th Street
Covington, KY 41011
Monthly Chapter Meeting

Every Third Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Chapter Organizer:

Joe Gallenstein
306 Greenup St
Covington, KY 41011

Upcoming Events:

September 18

NKY Chapter Meeting

321 W 12th Street
Covington, KY 41011

Join northern Kentucky members at our montly meetings, as we talk about racial justice, tax reform, voter empowerment, clean energy, and more!

September 22

Dolores Film Screening & Panel

502 Scott Boulevard
Covington, KY 41011

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth, partnering with allies in northern Kentucky, is hosting a screening of Dolores at the Kenton County Public Library in Covington on September 22nd.

October 6

Meet the Candidates: Florence Y'all Edition!

7560 Burlington Pike
Florence, KY 41042

Join Kentuckians For The Commonwealth for a candidate meet and greet in Florence, Kentucky!