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Voter Empowerment

For young people in Kentucky, this election was a sign of things to come

Kentucky youth activists huddled around laptops and TV screens, and scrolled through social media as they watched people around their state send a message by voting Matt Bevin out, and electing Democratic candidate Andy Beshear as Governor by a margin of around 5,000 votes.

We gained ground Tuesday – and we can’t slow down

Congratulations, Kentucky – we chose a new governor! We did it by choosing each other ­– by having conversations with our neighbors about the issues we care about and by showing up together at the polls.

Election Day is tomorrow. Here’s what you need to know.

IMG_1714Tomorrow – Tuesday, November 5 – is Election Day in Kentucky.

This election will be close. If you’re eligible to vote, please make a plan to go to the polls between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Together, we can choose leaders who will show up with us and for us on issues that matter to Kentuckians, like health care, public education and voting rights.

To see what will be on your ballot, learn where candidates stand on issues, find your voting location, and much more, visit www.KentuckyElection.org

Governor's race could decide whether 100K+ Kentuckians regain the right to vote

AN ESTIMATED 312,000 KENTUCKIANS CAN'T VOTE BECAUSE OF A FELONY CONVICTION. THAT COULD CHANGE AFTER THE STATE'S GUBERNATORIAL ELECTION ON NOV. 5.

Members celebrate Northern Kentucky’s love for democracy

Northern Kentucky members celebrated the voter registration period with a whirlwind of activity from September 28 through October 6! Working with ally organizations, student organizations, churches, local businesses, musicians, poets and others, they worked hard to make sure more voices would be heard in our upcoming election.

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