Do we really want Republican elected officials (REO) running our elections in Kentucky? Let's think about it.
• REO in multiple states have passed unconstitutional 'anti-protest' legislation
• REO acquitted Donald Trump for inciting the January 6th Capitol Insurrection
• Almost 150 REO's in Congress voted to decertify a free and fair Presidential election
• REO spoke at the Stop-The-Steal Rally, inciting the Jan. 6 Capitol Insurrection
• REO filed over 60 lawsuits after the 2020 election to disenfranchise millions of voters
• REO in multiple states have pushed for illegitimate "Arizona-style" SHAM election audits
• REO have relentlessly tried to downplay — and obstruct investigations into — the Capitol Insurrection
• REO nationwide have pushed, and continue to push, Donald Trump's false claims of election fraud
• REO in Congress object to Washington, D.C., statehood simply because the elected Senators would likely be Democrats
• REO in over a dozen states have unleashed an all-out assault on voting rights of minorities and other Democratic-leaning voters
• REO in multiple states have retaliated against election workers and officials who upheld the democratic process in last year's elections
• REO at the state and federal level - including Kentucky Secretary of State Michael Adams - are steadfastly opposed to federal legislation securing and EXPANDING the constitutional right to vote. Hmmm, ya think?
Again, do we really want Republicans overseeing the Democratic process in Kentucky?