Civic Organizations in Frankfort, the Bluegrass, and Statewide

​Together Frankfort

Kentucky Together  believes that to make a better Kentucky, we must invest in people, communities and our economy through vital public services. We call on our governor and lawmakers to strengthen the Commonwealth by raising new revenue through tax reform that is fair and sustainable.

On the web:
On Facebook: Kentucky Together
On Twitter:   @ky_together


Kentuckians for the Commonwealth is a community of people who organize for a fair economy, a healthy environment, new safe energy, and an honest democracy.
On the web:
On Facebook:  Kentuckians for the Commonwealth
On Twitter:   @KFTC;   @NKY_KFTC;   @JCKFTC;  @EKY_KFTC;  @SoKyKFTC


Indivisible – A practical guide for resisting the Trump agenda. Organizing communications with elected officials.

On the web (national):
On the web (Sixth District):
On Facebook:  Indivisible Bluegrass; Indivisible in the Sixth
Bluegrass contact to get more involved:


Together We Will Kentucky – a group committed to working to preserve and promote progressive values in our Commonwealth. [Evolved from Pantsuit Nation]

On Facebook: Together We Will Kentucky

Together We Will Bluegrass intends to carry forward the values of inclusion and action expressed through political impact, education and engagement and volunteering and support of local organizations.

On the web:   (sign up for email alerts of activities)
On Facebook:  Together We Will Bluegrass


Kentucky Voices for Health is a coalition of individuals and organizations working together to improve the health of all Kentuckians.

On the web:
On Facebook:  KY Voice for Health
On Twitter:  @kyvoices4health


Save Kentucky Healthcare  is an effort led by former Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear to continue Kentucky’s dramatic success in expanding health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.

On the web:
On Facebook:  Save Kentucky Healthcare
On Twitter:  @savekyhealth


The News Literacy Project (NLP) is a nonpartisan national education nonprofit that works with educators and journalists to teach middle school and high school students how to sort fact from fiction in the digital age.

On the web:
On Facebook:  The News Literacy Project
On Twitter:  @TheNewsLiteracyProject


League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization which encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy (and has for 98 years).

Contact the League’s statewide office:

On the web:
Email contact:
Phone:  502-875-6481

Contact the Lexington chapter:
on the web:
Facebook: League of Women Voters of Lexington, KY
Contact:  Cindy Heine at
Phone: 859-494-3203