More independent organizations and groups representing the diversity of our community have stepped up and made endorsements in our race–many getting involved for the first time in a School Board race. We’re honored to earn the support of these organizations.

  • Kentucky Educators PAC – representing Kentucky’s 42,000 public school employees
  • Network for Public Education – a national advocacy group working to protect public schools from the threat of charter schools
  • Bluegrass Central Labor Council – representing working families from 30 different labor unions in Central Kentucky
  • Central Kentucky Building and Construction Trades – representing the working men and women in the building and construction trades
  • American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Local 962 – representing Lexington’s city employees
  • Committee for Fairness and Individual Rights – the political arm of the Fairness Campaign, fighting for the rights of students and families
  • Kentucky Chapter of the National Organization for Women – representing the interest and concerns of women and families in Kentucky
  • Run for Something – A national grassroots movement committed to electing talented young people to office