Join Scott County chapter members for a free concert and cookout!
This event will feature live music from local duo Kyle and Sable, hot dogs, lemonade, and games. We hope you can join us for what is sure to be a fun friendraiser, and a way to learn more about the local chapter.
Kentuckians throughout the state are elated that Gov. Steve Beshear has taken steps to restore the voting rights for tens of thousands of state residents.
“Pretty awesome,” is how KFTC member Mantell Stevens reacted to the news. “To be able to vote means a lot to me. I always encourage people to vote, but now I can lead by example. I tell my nieces and nephews the importance of voting, but I could never vote myself.
“To be able to actually go and vote and to show them the importance of participating in democracy will mean so much to me,” added Stevens, who lost his right to vote in 2000 after spending 30 days in jail and three years on probation for a drug possession charge.
Join members of Highly Improvable, the Red Cedars, and Kentuckians For The Commonwealth for a night of old-timey music, improv comedy, and fun at the York Street Cafe!
Ticket prices will be $8 beforehand, or $10 at the door! Proceeds will support the work of Kentuckians For The Commonwealth here in northern Kentucky!
KFTC members affirmed once again that we are “all in” for a better Kentucky.
At the 2015 Annual Membership Meeting August 21-23, members from across Kentucky gathered at General Butler State Park to strategize, envision, share ideas and have fun together.
Lexington Fayette County Urban Government is considering raising the minimum wage and the Central Kentucky KFTC Chapter has been hard at work moving the campaign forward.
The ordinance being considered would raise the minimum wage to $10.10 for hourly employees and $3.09 for tipped workers. Both rates of pay would be increased over a period of three years.
After three years, the minimum wage rate would be tied to inflation.