“The results of a Kentucky Health Issues Poll (KHIP) released today by the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky and Interact for Health indicate steady support for a statewide smoke-free law. The KHIP found that 66% of Kentucky adults now favor a statewide smoke-free law while only 29% oppose it.” Read the full article at The […]View
Welcome from Susan
Today is a new day. There is no longer room for any Kentucky Legislator that feels entitled to office, only takes up space, and does not contribute to problem solving or participate in the critical discussion of issues that move our state forward. I would love to see the public retaliate against those who forget they represent citizens of all parties, not just their own. Please share with me your thoughts and concerns to help Kentucky become all she can be!
VOTER REGISTRATION FACTS
To download the registration card go to our voter registration page HERE
The filled out registration card may be sent to
1.) Any drivers license renewal centers in Fayette Co.
2.) Fayette Co. Clerk Office at 162 E. Main St, Lexington 40507
You may also reach the Fayette Co. Clerk’s Office at 859-253-3344
“It looks as though the General Assembly might actually pass a statewide law to make public places smoke-free in Kentucky in 2015. The public supports it. And in a state with the nation’s highest rate of smoking, that’s significant.” Read the full article at the Courier JournalView
“Nicholas and Christopher were very young when they were diagnosed with asthma. Asthma runs in the family and I was diagnosed at age 12, so it was not a shock to hear that they, too, suffered from the disease. Nicholas’ asthma remained stable, but Chris’ gradually got worse. In 2008, 5-year-old Chris woke at night, […]View
I want to thank all of my constituents in the 79th Legislative District who voted to reelect me as their state representative for another two years. I won by 61%, the largest margin of victory I have ever garnered since I began running for this office in 1999. What an overwhelming and humbling affirmation of […]View
“Why is it that 65 percent of the citizens of Kentucky say they support a comprehensive, statewide, smoke-free workplace law but it still hasn’t happened? Further, nearly 90 percent of the members of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce say they favor such a law to protect everyone’s right to breathe clean, smoke-free air. So why […]View