Voter Empowerment

Northern Kentucky chapter unpacks politics

Michelle Slaughter, Jason Reser, Arnold Simpson, Pam Mullins, Ken Rechtin, and Sister Janet

Northern Kentucky members have expressed an interest in trying to help understand how local government works since the resistance training in January. Out of that training they hosted an Unpack Politics forum to help people better understand how different levels of government work. Be it city, county, school board, or state government, many people are unsure as to what government is responsible for what.

Join KFTC for our Action for Democracy Launch!

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth believes in the power of people working together to take action on issues that affect all Kentuckians. We also believe in an authentic democracy where everyone is included, voting is accessible, elections are fair, and elected leaders are responsive to folks in their communities. KFTC is committed to working year-round to register, educate and mobilize voters. And we plan to elevate our voter engagement work in 2018 and beyond so we can begin to move closer to our vision for a healthy and vibrant democracy.

Lift One For Democracy

Join members of KFTC at Braxton Brewing as we "Lift One For Democracy!" We'll be selling merchandise, registering voters, and raising money to support our work!

We encourage folks to drink Storm that night, and create a Storm of Social Justice, as $1 of every storm will be donated to KFTC! 

Action for Democracy Launch

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth believes in the power of people working together to take action on issues that affect all Kentuckians. We also believe in an authentic democracy where everyone is included, voting is accessible, elections are fair, and elected leaders are responsive to folks in their communities. KFTC is committed to working year-round to register, educate and mobilize voters.

A Day in the Belly of the Beast

President Trump has stopped a federal study looking at the relationship between strip mining and human health. Despite that, a planned hearing took place in Hazard on August 21 and in Lexington on August 22. Jeff Chapman-Crane read the following that he and Sharman, his wife, had written together.

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