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Matt Kaufmann Voter Guide

Matt Kaufmann's response to nine questions pertinent to the district and the state of Kentucky.

Matt Kaufmann - An Educator For KY

“Educators serve every demographic in society, and every problem in our commonwealth shows its face in our schools. That is just one reason we need educators as our next legislators.”

School Shootings Discussed Locally

In the wake of recent school shootings, local educators, candidates and students are speaking out.

Teachers Sickout Over Pension Bill

For the first time in history, Oldham County Schools closed March 30 because of teachers calling in “sick.”

Seats open in Frankfort and Metro Council

Three Jefferson County representatives with decades of experience will not be seeking re-election in the state legislature. This leaves space for new challengers, and one profession is coming out in numbers to the race.

40 Educators Running For Office in KY

A record number of educators, 40 in all, are running to become lawmakers in Kentucky. Many of them gathered at the Capitol in Frankfort on Wednesday to kick off their primary campaigns after Tuesday's filing deadline.

'Historic' number of current, retired educators running to join Ky. General Assembly

One describes himself as a liberal Democrat. The other is a pro-life, pro-gun conservative. While their political philosophies differ, both agree on one point: They see a threat to the public education system in Kentucky.

Frustrated teachers turn activism into candidacies for local office

Three Jefferson County representatives with decades of experience will not be seeking re-election in the state legislature. This leaves space for new challengers, and one profession is coming out in numbers to the race.

Louisville Tax Day March protest draws 400 downtown

Tamera Sanford is worried about more than Donald Trump’s taxes. “I do not like what’s going on with North Korea,” she said. “I’ve got a 21-year-old son at the University of Louisville, and I’m afraid he might be drafted.”

These Kentucky Teachers Protested At The Capitol. Now They’re Running For Office.

Andrew Bailey had toyed with the idea of running for public office in Kentucky for years. But Bailey never took the next step. Then...

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