YMCA of Central Kentucky announced that will receive a $15,000 contribution from AT&T to support their Black Achievers program. The contribution will help participating students learn about future educational and professional opportunities while helping improve academic deficiencies and increase the percentage of students who graduate from high school. “Helping build Kentucky’s next generation of leaders […]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
By Representative Rita Smart No child should have to fear attending school because of physical or verbal abuse by his or her classmates. However, in reality, there were 15,520 incidents of bullying in our schools just this past school year. It is heartbreaking and unacceptable that this is occurring in our commonwealth, and it should […]View
Frankfort, KY – On Thursday, the Kentucky Chamber presented Rep. Susan Westrom with the Chamber MVP Award. Rep. Westrom was among a select group of legislators recognized for conspicuous actions supporting Kentucky’s business community during the 2014 Kentucky General Assembly. “With so many important business issues in play during a legislative session, we feel it […]View
Representative Westrom is pleased to announce that after 14 years of battling with the District Transportation Department and getting budget approval, the first sound barriers on New Circle Rd. will begin to be built in 2015. The sound barriers will go from Alumni Dr. to Nicholasville Rd. on both sides of New Circle Rd.. The […]View
Last week, CVS pharmacies made news by making good on their promise to strip their 7,700 stores of tobacco products in order to provide their customers with more health-oriented services. A day later, Steve Beshear, the governor of Kentucky, followed the retail giant with his own announcement that “all executive branch state property campuses will […]View