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I’m fighting to do right by our neighbors by expanding access to affordable health care, improving public education, respecting our workers, and creating more good-paying jobs.
Voting is the bedrock of our democracy and we have a moral responsibility to protect and expand the right to vote – for everyone.
We all want Kentucky to be a place where our children and grandchildren want to – and can afford to raise their own children, keeping families together and growing our commonwealth. For the common good.
Kentuckians deserve leaders who aren’t afraid to do the right thing.
I’ll be a governor that fights for Kentucky families.
The governor should be a public servant, who listens, brings people together and governs with compassion.
We should all respect and understand how hard our families work every day – and I have a vision to lift up all our families because we can and should be doing so much better.
I’m committed to fully funding pensions for our law enforcement officials and fighting for policies that will help them get ahead and keep our communities safe.
When Matt Bevin attacks teachers, he’s insulting our friends, families, and neighbors, along with our public schools.
I believe Kentucky has a big, bright future, with more good-paying jobs and opportunities for families to get ahead in every single one of our 120 counties.
We’re focused on creating good-paying jobs of the future, where Kentucky has the opportunity to lead the country.
I’ve given everything I’ve got as attorney general.
Like half of Kentucky, my family has pre-existing conditions.
It’s a true honor to have the endorsement of the Kentucky Professional Fire Fighters.
Prioritizing our public schools, teachers and students is the single best investment we can make to build a better, brighter future for our families.
As governor, I’ll treat all Kentucky families with dignity and respect.
Our seniors deserve dignity, high-quality care, and a government that works for them.
Our commitment to veterans requires that we fight for access to affordable health care.
Those that have less money shouldn’t have their voices squelched.
Kentuckians can see how I’ve lived my values by looking at my priorities as attorney general.
Kentucky’s first responders and fire fighters are true public servants who keep our communities safe.
Expanded gaming is a long-overdue and common sense way to make Kentucky more competitive and protect the hard-earned pensions of our teachers and first responders.
Kentuckians deserve a governor who will support affordable health care, a secure retirement, and respect the rights of workers like access to safe working conditions and wages that can support a family.
Our approach to doing right by Kentucky’s veterans starts by focusing on expanding job opportunities, especially in agritech and infrastructure development – two areas where Kentucky can thrive.