From the KDP: Help us break the GOP supermajority

EDITOR'S NOTE: The Kentucky State AFL-CIO endorsed Miller and Blair. 


In less than a month, we have some pretty important races on the ballot. 

But I want to highlight two of them you may not be familiar with -- special elections for House District 18 and House District 63. 

Two Republican lawmakers resigned suddenly within the last few months, triggering special elections for their seats. We’re excited about our two candidates -- Becky Miller in District 18 and Josh Blair in District 63. What’s even more exciting is that if we win these two seats, we will break the Republican supermajority in the House. 

If we win, it means the attacks on working Kentuckians will slow and Republicans will have to start working with Democrats.

We have two great candidates that we believe can win these races. Josh Blair is a Kenton County native, an adjunct professor at Northern Kentucky University, and was recently selected to serve on the Caywood Elementary Site Based Decision Making Council. Blair is passionate about investing in our education system to build strong economic futures for our communities.

Becky Miller is a retired educator, and long-time resident of Grayson County. Miller spent 18 years in the elementary classroom before finishing the last 9 years of her career as an assistant principal at Grayson County Middle School. She has served on multiple boards in her community, including the Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center Board and Work Ready Initiative. Miller will fight for affordable and high-quality healthcare for every Kentuckian. 

Anyone wishing to donate to the Blair and Miller campaigns can click here.