​Together Frankfort: Civic Engagement

Together Frankfort

Since 2019 was such a busy year, we are sharing some moments with you in the video below

Check out the video looking back at achievements realized in 2019!

Thank YOU for all your work! Not a member of Together Frankfort?

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Our priorities for the coming year include:

~  Enacting state legislation to bring sunlight to the redistricting process. If you haven't already done so, sign up to participate in the Kentucky Fair Maps Coalition by clicking on the link.

~  Building strong networks on climate change education and action

~  Celebrating the 100th anniversary of woman's suffrage

~  Continuing to address the needs of those marginalized by national and state policies & actions.

As Together Frankfort continues into the important work of the year 2020,  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!

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!

Come Join Us - Bring Friends!

You're invited to join us for "Reforming Criminal Justice in Kentucky," 6 - 8 PM, Tuesday, Jan. 28, at Kentucky State University's Cooperative Extension Building, 400 E. Main Street in Frankfort, KY. This forum is sponsored by The Women's Network and Together Frankfort.  

Speakers will include Kentucky's newly appointed Secretary of the Justice & Public Safety Cabinet, Mary C. Noble, who will discuss the Beshear "Administration's Priorities in Criminal Justice Reform," along with Voting Rights Coalition member, Debra Graner, detailing Issues for "Legislation on Voting Restoration Eligibility," while long-time lawyer and lobbyist Prentice A. Harvey will describe "Reforming Pretrial Release Requirements."

Interested citizens are encouraged to review the Women's Network Commonwealth Institute for Policy Issues & Civic Engagement report (Nov. 2019), Criminal Justice Reform, available online at kywomensnetwork.com/justice. Light refreshments will be served at the Forum. For more information about  this event, which is free and open to all, contact Barbara Hadley Smith.