Freshment Legislators to Contact about the Pension Crisis: (column two)


Rep. Chad McCoy, Bardstown; (link takes you to a form to contact Rep. McCoy)

Rep. Robby Mills, Henderson; (link takes you to a form to contact Rep. Mills)

Rep. C. Wesley Morgan, Richmond; (link takes you to a form to contact Rep. Morgan)

Rep. Kimberly Poore Moser, Taylor Mill; (link takes you to a form to contact Rep. Moser)

Rep. Jason Nemes, Louisville;  (link takes you to a form to contact Rep. Nemes)                 

Rep. Jason Petrie, Elkton; (link takes you to a form to contact Rep. Petrie)

Rep. Phillip Pratt, Georgetown
;              

Rep. Melinda Gibbons Prunty, Greenville; (link takes you to a form to contact Rep. Prunty)             

Rep. Brandon Reed, Hodgensville
; (link takes you to a form to contact Rep. Reed)

Rep. Steve Riley, Glasgow;

Rep. Rob Rothenburger, Shelbyville;

Rep. Attica Scott, Louisville; (link takes you to a form to contact Rep. Scott)

Rep. John Sims Jr., Flemingsburg;

Rep. Walker Thomas, Hopkinsville;

Rep. Scott Wells, West Liberty

Freshment Legislators to Contact about the Pension Crisis: (column one)


Sen. Rick Girdler, Somerset;


Sen. Stephen Meredith, Leitchfield (link takes you to a form to send to Sen. Meredith)


Rep. Danny Bentley, Russell (link takes you to a form to contact Rep. Bentley)


Rep. John Blanton, Salyersville (link takes you to a form to contact Rep. Blanton)


Rep. Larry Brown, Prestonsburg;

Rep. McKenzie Cantrell, Louisville;

Rep. Matt Castlen, Maceo;

Rep. Ken Fleming, Louisville; (link takes you to a form to contact Rep. Fleming)

Rep. Chris Fugate, Chavies;

Rep. Alan Gentry, Louisville;

Rep. Mark Hart, Falmouth;                   

Rep. Angie Hatton, Whitesburg;

Rep. Dan Johnson, Mt. Washington;

Rep. DJ Johnson, Owensboro;


Contact these freshmen  members of Kentucky's General Assembly about

Keeping the Promise of our pension system!


There are 29 Freshman Legislators listed below.  These Legislators certainly did not have anything to do with Kentucky's pension crisis but perhaps they can be part of the solution.  


One of the leading organizations working on helping state government retirees, the Kentucky Government Retirees, requests you to  contact each of these individually and provide them with information about the crisis.  There is so much misinformation, but with good information perhaps this group can carry some weight during the Special Session or perhaps into the upcoming General Session.

The Kentucky Government Retirees has developed a handbook which helps guide our work:  a copy of the KGR Pension Crisis Activist’s Handbook is available by clicking on the link and downloading it as a PDF file.

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