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Vote in the Special Election Tuesday, February 22, 2022
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Integrity. Visionary. Dedicated. Bold.
I am Keturah Herron, a proud Kentuckian, youth and justice advocate and former policy strategist for the ACLU of Kentucky. Raised in Richmond, KY, I have worked in various locales across the Commonwealth and country serving young people. It’s through their stories, dreams and challenges that I found a love for policy.
During my time at ACLU, I worked with both local and state Republican and Democrat leaders to pass the following legislation:
- Breonna’s Law, banning no-knock warrants in the city of Louisville, passed unanimously in 17 days.
- School safety for children, the expungement of criminal records for non-violent offenders, and restricting warrants authorizing entry without notice.
- Restoration of voting rights (as broadly possible).
- SB4 - a version of Breonna’s Law creating limits on no-knock warrants across the Commonwealth.
Community-centered, I believe the people are the backbone of a thriving community. My job is to work for the people, designing policies that will help all of us rise. While serving in the House, I am committed to working on voter rights/restoration, violence prevention/child abuse, increasing the minimum wage, criminal justice reform and education/workforce issues. These are big goals; however, I am a visionary with a proven track record of getting things done. I am a firm believer that by working together in the spirit of collaboration, we can help build a better Kentucky.
Take Action for Voting Rights
Kentucky is one of three states that permanently disenfranchise people with felony convictions in their past from voting. Kentuckians have been working for over 20 years to change the Kentucky Constitution to allow people to vote. Let’s make it happen this session!
Call the Kentucky Legislative Line at 800-372-7181 and leave a message for all members!
Kentuckians want a clean voting rights bill this year. Let’s put it on the ballot and allow the people to decide.