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Twenty Emerge Ketucky candidates on the ballot

Since 2009, Emerge Kentucky has recruited and trained 140 Democratic women across the Commonwealth with the mission of increasing the number of women in elected office at all levels of government. There will be twenty Emerge candidates on the ballot this spring and fall.

Chair Jennifer Moore sent an email to supporters saying "With 17 women currently serving and candidates filing at all levels, we are another step closer to accomplishing our mission."

Nancy Jo Kemper - US Congress, 6th District

Janice Odom - State Senate, District 9

Joy Gray - State House, District 7
McKenzie Cantrell - State House, District 38
Attica Woodson Scott - State House, District 41
Pam Sigler - State House, District 45
Maria Sorolis - State House, District 48
Tobie C. Brown - State House, District 55
Cyndi Powell-Skellie - State House, District 58
Representative Rita Smart - State House, District 81

Brandi Harless - Paducah Mayor
Councilwoman Angela Evans - Fayette Urban County Council, District 6
Kathy Plomin - Fayette Urban County Council, District 12

Councilwoman Cindi Fowler - Louisville Metro Council, District 14
Councilwoman Beverly Chester-Burton - Shively City Council
Sarah Stewart Holland - Paducah City Commission
Morgan Eaves - Richmond City Commission
Michelle Williams - Covington City Commission

Hon. Deanna Henschel- McCracken County Family Court
Kathryn Thomas - Barren & Metcalfe Counties District Court

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