The Executive Committee meets the 4th Wednesday of every month at Democratic Headquarters at 36 W. Pike Street at 7pm.  Meetings are open to the public.  

We currently have some vacant seats that need to be filled; if you would be interested in serving on the Executive Committee, please contact Col Owens at the number listed below or the NKY Democratic HQ Office at 859-982-9467. 

 Col Owens, Ft. Mitchell; Chair, 513-300-3042
 Kim Glenn, Ft. Mitchell; Vice Chair - Email:
 Terry Poindexter, Covington; Treasurer - Email: 
 Linda Hornsby, Secretary

 Acena Beck, Attorney of Counsel
 Natalie MacDonald
 Serena Owen, Elsmere - Email:
 Faith Kemper, Ft. Wright - Email:
 Crystal Madaris
 Liz Fossett, Covington

 Angela Crout-Mitchell, Erlanger - Email:
 Virginia Johnson,Wilder; Women's Club President; 

 Merrick Krey, Erlanger - Email:
 Dennis Clark, Independence - Email:
 Erich Misner
 Tom Elfers, Edgewood; Office Manager - Email:

 Sue May, Latonia; Asst. Office Manager - Email:
 Steve Hoffman

 June Dineen
 Chuck Eilerman, Covington - Email:
 Buddy Wheatley, Covington  - Email:

 Lucas Deaton, Independence - Email -
        NKY Young Dems President

​ Alexis Gregorcyk, Edgewood

 Leo Calderon, Edgewood

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Kenton, Campbell approve hotel bed tax increase.  Read more.

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The NKY Democratic HQ office is open Wednesday from 10am to 8pm and on Saturdays from 10am to 2pm.  We are using a tool called SignUpGenius for volunteers.  To sign up:

HQ Staffing July 5-8:  Click Here

HQ Staffing July 12-15:  Click Here

HQ Staffing July 19-22:  Click Here

HQ Staffing July 26-29:  Click Here

Any amount is appreciated.  Please send your personal check to:

Kenton County Democratic Party
P.O. Box 176665 
Ft. Mitchell, KY  41017

Please include your name, address, employer and occupation.(Contributions to the Executive Committee are not tax-deductible.)

The Kenton County Democratic Executive Committee is dedicated to helping good Democrats win local, statewide, and national elections.  Please help us in any way you can.

These New Laws Go in Effect in Kentucky this Week.  Read more.

Be sure to check the NKY Progressive Events Calendar!  This calendar includes ALL of the events north of Lexington (or just about!).  

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Bevin not going to Fancy Farm, but rival Beshear plans on being there.  Read more.

The Kenton County Democratic Party is a political organization in Kenton County, KY committed to electing Democratic candidates and promoting the policies and ideals of the Democratic Party.  To learn more about the Democratic Party's commitment to security, opportunity, and responsibility, read about our agenda here.

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Covington Takes Center Stage with Sanders Health Care Debate Visit.  Read More.

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McConnell protesters in NKY say health care debate a matter of life and death.  Read more.

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Today's Headlines

Alison Lundergan Grimes stood up for Kentucky by refusing to turn over sensitive voter information to the fraudulent and sham request by Kris Kobach based on Trump's lie about 3-5 million illegal votes in the 2016 election.  You can view her appearance on MSNBC HERE.

She also appeared on ABC News, 
CLICK HERE to view. She explains the "sham commission" well.  Love her comments "that there isn't enough bourbon in KY" and that "you don't need to be in Kentucky to know that this smells like horse manure."