Voter Empowerment | Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

Voter Empowerment

NKY Democracy Meeting

Join members at 7 pm for a discussion about the year ahead! 

We'll review the races we know we are surveying, the process we are using to determine questions for local races, and our goals for 2020.

Primary Election Day in Kentucky

Polls are open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Find your polling place: GoVoteKY.com

Voter registration deadline

Last day to register to vote in the May 19 primary election. Register with your local county clerk or at GoVoteKY.com

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.

Governor-elect Andy Beshear’s campaign knocked on one million doors. Ally organizations engaged voters across the state. And more than 300 KFTC members and volunteers had conversations with more than 50,000 Kentuckians at their front doors, on the phone and at community events.

Together, we made an impact. And we can’t slow down.

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