The push for a special session by Gov. Bevin won’t solve the pension funding problem and will change our communities in ways many haven’t imagined.
Am I the only one who remembers the Governor’s tough talk about how he was going to make hamburger out of the sacred cows?
Recently, a Facebook group commemorated the life of my high school homeroom teacher.
View images from our Harvest Picnic with Rep. Rocky Adkins and our 2018 candidates!
The Shelby County Democratic Party is looking for local residents to write about issues important to them.
View images from our 2017 Governor Martha Layne Collins Dinner
View images from our Soup & Sandwich Meet & Greet
“Hand in hand with freedom of speech goes the power to be heard, to share in the decisions of government which shape men’s lives.” -Robert Kennedy
The Shelby County Democratic Party is excited to announce that Colmon Elridge will be the featured guest speaker at our monthly meeting on April 18th, 2017. His remarks will be focused on the topic of “How do we recruit good candidates?”
The older I get, the more I realize how little I know—or maybe more accurately, the more I realize how much I’ve forgotten. There are things that we as children understand, but as we get older—and often more self-centered⎯we tell ourselves that life is more complicated than that, and we start to bend rules and maybe even break them, rules we know in our bones we shouldn’t bend or break.
Eleven years ago our 36 year old son, Scott, was a fireman and training for an Ironman Triathlon when he was suddenly stricken with a virus that attacked his heart muscle. It caused a problem called Cardiomyopathy, a weakening of the heart muscle. He was in the hospital in critical care the first year for more than six months. As the years passed he was in and out of the hospital on many occasions each year. The fear of that late phone call in the night bearing tragic news was a constant burden. Fortunately he had health insurance at that time.
As a mother and active member of this community I was disappointed when I learned that yet again the expansion of Mount Eden Road will be delayed. Now it will be 2019 before work even begins! This is not what the people of Shelbyville were promised nor is it what we should accept from our political leadership in Frankfort.
View images from our Summer Picnic with Jim Gray and Cyndi Powell Skellie
View images from our 2nd Annual Martha Layne Collins Dinner
FRANKFORT, KY – Matt Bevin has continually refused to release his tax returns, breaking Kentucky’s long and bipartisan tradition of disclosure by gubernatorial nominees. Recently, Bevin has dismissed calls to release his taxes by claiming he has released all of the information he is required to.
FRANKFORT, KY – Today the Woodford County Democrats announced they are are running a newspaper advertisement in the Woodford Sun highlighting the clear contrast between Attorney General Jack Conway and Matt Bevin on pension issues.