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Why should you vote for me?
As a longtime resident of Louisville, a mother of three, and an active community volunteer, I am eager to serve you in our State House – with a determined focus on investing in education, our basic infrastructure and job creation throughout the Commonwealth.
Kentuckians have always been pioneers; this Commonwealth is the birthplace of many innovations that have contributed to our country’s excellence. That pioneer spirit, combined with innovation and creativity, will lead to a better quality of life for all of us. What it takes is collaboration – working across party lines, being willing to listen to the other person’s point of view. I have always been about common sense and solving problems. I’ll bring that spirit to the State House, and bring “service” back into public service.
My campaign will be grassroots, listening to you, bringing people together. I see an optimistic future, one built on:
- A strong, well- funded educational system K-12
- Funding to maintain and improve our streets, bridges and aging infrastructure and access to developing technologies
- Enacting laws that entice businesses to start or relocate here with high paying jobs
Kentucky Voter Information
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Voting is how we make sure our voices are heard during local, state, and federal elections—but you have to register first! Click the button below for Kentucky's online voter registration site.
Deadline to register: October 11, 2016.
General Election Day
Registered voters in Kentucky now can obtain information about their precinct location and legislative districts by using the State Board of Elections Voter Information Center.
General Election Day: November 8, 2016.
If eligible, Kentucky registered voters, may cast an absentee ballot by mail or in the county clerk’s office prior to election day. Kentucky law does not provide for early voting or unexcused absentee voting.
Last day to request: November 1, 2016.