Place-taker for potential Together Frankfort meeting.

Partner's Event

Thursday, January 5, 2023

Kentucky's Voting Rights Coalition will meet, 3pm – 4:30pm ET, to weigh in on what kind of bill the Coalition wants to support in the '23 legislative session to restore voting rights of Kentuckians with felonies in their past. Together Frankfort (TF), a member of the Coalition, is  -- in need of a volunteer to represent us. The role would involve attending the meetings (zoom & in person), letting others know about TF's upcoming meetings, advising the TF Coordinators when there's:

  • A request to sign on to a letter/petition;
  • Proposed legislation which Together Frankfort, as a Coalition Member, is being asked to support;
  • Opportunities to promote Together Frankfort's events, programs, activities to others in the Coalition. 

Please contact Barbara Hadley Smith (click her name to email) about your interest.
Zoom link -

Organizer: Dave Newton at Kentuckians For The Commonwealth


Voting and Election Events & Deadlines

Tuesday, 6 AM - 6 PM, May 16, 2023

  •  Statewide. Kentucky's Primary Election 

Register here for Together Frankfort's 2023 Annual Meeting!'

​​Together Frankfort's Events

Thursday, Jan. 5, 2023 : Together Frankfort's 2023 Annual Meeting. Keynote Speaker: Teri Carter

Together Frankfort

December 2022

Frankfort/Franklin County 

February 2023

March 2023

​​​​Kentucky Voting Rights Coalition 

Together Frankfort has been a member of the Kentucky Voting Rights Coalition since its inception. The coalition is open to all organizations and if you are interested in participating in any way, please check out the website link here.

In most states, voting rights are respected after someone completes their sentence, if they were ever denied. Kentucky is one of only two states that permanently take the right to vote from everyone with a felony in their past, unless they can navigate the complicated process to get a pardon from the Governor, or go through an expensive process of having their record expunged for a limited number of Class D felons.

312,00 people in our state can't vote because of these laws – that's about 1 in 11 voting age Kentuckians. Kentucky also has the nation's highest rate of Black voter disenfranchisement. One in 4 Black Kentuckians cannot vote due to the combination of over-policing in communities of color and our voter disenfranchisement laws.

Many of the issues Kentuckians face are impacted by who is able to vote. Disenfranchisement harms families by discouraging civic participation and decreases the political power of entire communities. 
Contact Dave Newton with Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, for more information about the Kentucky Voting Rights Coalition. Let him know if you or your organization would like to be involved with the coalition.

Join Together Frankfort

Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2023  -

Kentucky State Capitol, 500 Capitol Avenue., Frankfort.  Part I of the 2023 Kentucky General Assembly convenes.

Kentucky General Assembly 

Partner's Events

Saturday, Dec. 17, 2022

Kentucky State University Frankfort Alumni Chapter Annual Holiday Celebration. Location: KSU's  Student Center Ballroom, 2 PM. RSVP to Mary Fields, ASAP! Cancellation no later than Dec. 10. Meals: $23, pay at the door, cash or check.

​​Frankfort/Franklin County Community Event

Saturday, Dec. 10, 2022 

Voting and Election Events & Deadlines

Monday, April 17, 2023

  • Statewide Deadline.  Last day to register to vote in Kentucky's Primary Election.

Voting and Election Events & Deadlines

Saturday, Dec. 31, 2022; Statewide Deadline  -

  • Last day to change political party affiliation and be eligible to vote in that political party’s upcoming primary election. To change your political party affiliation, update your registration online, by mail, or in person (see *address below for mailed in registration or in person registration). Select the political party of your choice.  Only registered Republicans and Democrats can vote in partisan races on the May Primary Election ballot.  However, registered voters, of political parties other than Democrats and Republicans, can vote in nonpartisan races, such as city commissioners or judicial races.

  • Make changes to your registration online (click here) or by completing a Voter Registration Application and submitting it to:

  • *Franklin County Clerk's Office, 315 W. Main St., Frankfort, KY 40602
  • Phone:  (502) 875-8702;  Email:
Click on the QR code to join Together Frankfort!

Use your phone to capture the QR Code - takes you to our Membership Page!

January 2023

 April  2023

Kentucky General Assembly Committee Meetings:

Held at Kentucky State Capitol unless otherwise noted.

Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2022 

9 AM Statutory Committee: Government Contract Review Committee. Committee information. Contact Committee Administrator Kim Eisner for more info.  

1 PM Statutory Committee: Administrative Regulation Review Subcommittee,  Minutes of Oct. 11, 2022 Meeting. Contact Calendar (Meetings) Line for more info: 1-800-633-9650

Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2022

  • 9:30 AM Consensus Forecasting Group. More info: Jon Roenker, Committee Staff Administrator, ph. 502-564-8100 or  Calendar (Meetings) Line 1-800-633-9650.

Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022


  • 2 PM Statutory Committee: Capital Projects & Bond Oversight. Info: Katherine Halloran, Committee Staff Administrator, ph. 502-564-8100 or Calendar (Meetings) Line 1-800-633-9650.

Upcoming Events - Color coded by categories

​​Partner's Events

Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022; 7 PM ET

May 2023

 June 2023


Together Frankfort Membership Drive!

Join Together Frankfort today!

Voting & Elections 

Partner's Events

Feb, 14, 2023; "We Love Voting Rights" Lobby Day & Rally , KY State Capitol, Frankfort. If you'd like to represent Together Frankfort at this event, please let us know.  Great opportunity to visit with allies.