Voter Empowerment

Political powers showed their worst; we work to build the best

KFTC works for an open, healthy democracy and a high quality of life for all people. In recent days we witnessed some of the best examples of democratic participation and the worst examples of political manipulation. As legislators passed bills that undermine our democratic values and sense of basic fairness, Kentuckians stood up on the steps of the capitol and across the state to demonstrate the grassroots power at the heart of democracy.

As we move forward in this fight, it’s important that we stand together. We are working for a Kentucky that we haven’t yet achieved, where politicians don’t have the power to divide us. By being part of a movement that is inclusive and builds off the strength that we have when we work together, we can create such a Kentucky.

Rowan County Democracy Team Meeting

Join us on March 22 at 6 p.m. at St. Alban's Episcopal Church for the next Rowan County Voting and Democracy Team meeting.

 

NKY General Assembly Town Hall

Kentuckians For The Commonwealth is hosting a town hall around the issues in the Kentucky General Assembly. 

Madison chapter to again host Berea State of the City speech

In 2017, the Madison County chapter hosted a groundbreaking State of the City Address in Berea that changed the culture of this annual event.

Previously, the event had been held during business hours and was hosted by the Berea Chamber of Commerce, which used it as an annual fundraiser.

After conversations with Mayor Steve Connelly, the chapter was given the opportunity to re-envision the event and make it more welcoming and inclusive of many folks.

Rowan County Chapter First Democracy Team Meeting

Join us on January 25 at 6 p.m. at St. Alban's Episcopal Church for the first Rowan County Voting and Democracy Team meeting.

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