​Together Frankfort: Civic Engagement

Together Frankfort

2019 Elections in Kentucky

It's More than Just Voting -- Work for Your Candidates! 

Learn More about Voting in Kentucky! 


Kentucky State Law: click the link & scroll down to Title 10: Chapter 113 - Chapter 128 (some have been superseded) These chapters govern Kentucky's elections. However other chapters impact the election process. Click here for a search feature to explore these in more detail.

Kentucky Secretary of State's Duties: Kentucky laws which govern election administration are found in Title III, Election Officials, Chapter 14: Department of State.

Kentucky's State Board of Elections and the Secretary of State's Office provide more detailed information about voting dates, candidates, deadlines, voting locations, and other important information. Some of these resources include:

 As Together Frankfort continues our 2019 Campaign - Reclaiming Our Democracy  -  we request your involvement and, if possible, your support.  Click on the link, fill out the form, make a declaration of your Together Frankfort membership & involvement. If at all possible, couple that declaration with a donation, of any amount, (click the red button above) to help with our programs. Thank you!

Almost 60 folks attended Together Frankfort's "Let's Talk about Voting in Kentucky" on Tuesday, August 27 at Kentucky State University's Cooperative Extension Building. We thank all our speakers, volunteers, co-sponsors, KSU staff who facilitated arrangements, and especially our attendees for a great evening. To learn more about the campaigns of the candidates who spoke, click on their names here:

Secretary of State Candidate Michael G. Adams


Auditor of Public Accounts Candidate Sheri Donahue

Each candidate did a stellar job and of course, and U.K. law professor Joshua Douglas
was extremely well prepared and focused on educating our audience about the
great possibilities for improving our democracy. 

If you haven't had a chance to purchase his book,
Vote for Us: How to Take Back Our Elections and Change the Future for Voting
Poor Richard's bookstore in downtown Frankfort has them available. 
Call 502-223-8018 or email to order!

Kentucky League of Voting's Susan Weston,
using colorful maps, described the state and local issues
with how lines are drawn for Kentucky's voting district. 
If you haven't read their report on
Redistricting Kentucky: A Guidebook for Citizen Participation, click the link,
download a copy, and get familiar. This is CRITICAL! 

Representative Joe Graviss further described the urgency of
citizen participation on redistricting, and briefly discussed
a bill he will be pre-filing for the 2020 legislative session
which establishes a legislative advisory redistricting commission.
Become familiar with the term, the issue, and why an
advisory commission is desperately needed!

Much appreciation to Frankfort's Cable 10 for recording the presentations.  To purchase a DVD of the program ($20); call 502-352-4480 or contact Cable 10 online. Click here to the Facebook livestream video of the meeting.

Cary Sudduth, Together Frankfort Coordinator, prepared
the livestream video of the evening's presentation. We
appreciate his continuing commitment to nurturing a
civil society throughout Kentucky. Plus he's just a really great guy!

Together Frankfort - Our Mission

Together Frankfort is a non-partisan, volunteer group of Kentuckians who seek to exercise and protect the principles embodied in our nation’s Constitution by being engaged and responsible participants in democracy.  

We advocate for integrity and transparency in government and political actions, and fair and equal application of the law and civil rights for all people. 

We support economic and social policies that ensure continuing opportunity for individuals and families. 

We are committed to our country and to the welfare of our fellow citizens regardless of political affiliation, and to solutions that cross partisan divides. Membership is open to all -- please sign up, participate, learn, act!