Before we get to Election Day, we have that wonderful time of year where we can celebrate with beer and lots of good food at Oktoberfest!  As always, arts/craft booths, refreshments, children's activities, entertainment and more, will be located along the tree lined Promenade and in Goebel Park.  The Democrats will have a booth to offer materials and information on our national and senatorial candidates.  See the information below on how you can volunteer to help at the booth!

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Did you know that our Democratic Party HQ is now open all day Wednesdays and Saturdays?  And we could use your help!  We have a real chance of keeping the White House, but we need to support Jim Gray and defeat Rand Paul for the U.S. Senate seat in Kentucky!  There will be parades for the 4th of July weekend, and Jim will be in the Ft. Mitchell and Independence parades, so stay tuned for more details!  Volunteer to walk!!!

Also, to volunteer at our new HQ at 36 W. Pike Street in Covington, contact Tom Elfers at 859-982-9467 or email  

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.

Volunteer opportunities!

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.


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Kentuckians can register to vote or update their registration using the state's online voter registration portal at  To register, a person must enter their name, Social Security number and birth date. As required by law, users must also provide their signature, digitally or via their driver's license.

The registrant's information is sent to their county clerk's office, which will process and approve each update or new registration and then send confirmation to the voter.

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MEET JIM GRAY!  Democratic Candidate for U.S. Senate

A successful businessman and seventh generation Kentuckian, Jim Gray knows Kentucky. Born and raised in Barren County, he grew up in a home where chasing the American dream wasn’t just a dream, it was a reality. Now he’s running for U.S. Senate to ensure that possibility for all Kentuckians.

Volunteer, Donate, and Learn More about Jim at his website:

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.

 Col Owens, Chair, 513-300-3042
 Kim Glenn, Vice Chair
 Terry Poindexter, Treasurer
 Linda Hornsby, Secretary
 Natalie MacDonald
 Serena Owen
 Acena Beck
 Crystal Madaris
 Liz Fossett, Covington - Email:
 Jennifer Macht
 Angela Crout-Mitchell
 Virginia Johnson, Women's Club President
 Merrick Krey
 Dennis Clark
 Erich Misner
 Tom Elfers
 Justin Ervin
 Steve Hoffman
 Chuck Eilerman
 Buddy Wheatley
 Lucas Deaton
 Thad Walls, Young Dems President

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6/21/2016 - Bevin's dismissal of trustees may affect University of Louisville's accreditation.  Click here to read article.

6/17/2016 - Bevin revamps state board that oversees pensions.  Click here to read article

6/19/2016 - Obama, Bevin and executive orders.  Click here to read article.

Elected to the State Central Executive Committee from the 4th Congressional District were Virginia Johnson, Liz Fossett and Col Owens from Kenton County, Carole Register from Boone County, and Marcus Woodward from Boyd County. Paul Whalen from Campbell County was elected to the committee at-large.

National Sanders delegates elected from the 4th CD included Kerry Holleran from Bracken County, Chuck Eilerman from Kenton County, and Bernard McCutchen from Spencer County.  Sanders National at-large delegate is Constance Staggs from Campbell County.  National Clinton delegates elected included Carole Register from Boone County, Milly Diehl from Kenton County, and Tyler Murphy from Greenup County. National Clinton delegates elected at-large included Nathan Smith and Sara Sidebottom from Kenton County.

Elected to serve as an Elector in Kentucky's Electoral College for the 4th CD was Linda Nesbitt from Campbell County.

Our heartiest congratulations to all these elected to serve our party and communities!  

6/20/2016 - Former, current members of pension board sue Bevin over dismissal.  Click here to read article.  

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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.)

6/22/2016 - Bevin proposes major changes to Medicaid, including monthly premiums.  Click here to read article.

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Oktoberfest - mainstrasse - sept. 9-11, 2016

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6/17/2016 - Half of Kentucky university presidents have announced exits in 2016.  Click here to read article

6/16/2016 - Kentucky legislators will look at both sides of medical marijuana issue.  Click here to read article. 

6/16/2016 - Scott Jennings named emcee of 136th annual Fancy Farm political speaking.  Click here to read article.