• Independence City Councilman Lucas Deaton won in the 64th District, will face Kimberly Moser (R) in November.  Click here to read article.
  • Judge will rule in lawsuit soon between Attorney General Beshear, Gov. Bevin "soon" after hearing Wednesday.  Click here to read article.

Did you know that you can register to vote online in Kentucky?  Thanks to our Democratic Secretary of State, Alison Lundergan Grimes, launched the website at no additional cost to taxpayers!  Grimes said on March 15th that the start of online voter registration is a milestone in the effort to increase voter participation.

Kentuckians can register to vote or update their registration using the state's online voter registration portal at GoVoteKY.com

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.


Take a look:  GoVoteKY.com

DEMOCRATIC PARTY RE-ORGANIZATION:  GET INVOLVED!  Don't forget:  MAY 21 COUNTY CAUCUS FIRST STEP IN DETERMINING WHO GOES TO NATIONAL CONVENTION.  See below for more details.

 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
 Jennifer Macht
 Angela Crout-Mitchell
 Virginia Johnson, Woman'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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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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In preparation for the fall Presidential election, the Democratic Party re-organizes itself every 4 years.  The process includes all elected Democratic Party officials, including Precinct officers, County Executive Committees, and the KY State Central Executive Committee.  These elections occur at a series of conventions held across every state in America.


REMAINING KEY DATES:
May 21         County Caucus
June 4          Congressional District Convention/Caucus
June 4          State Convention


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DEMOCRATIC PARTY RE-ORGANIZATION BEGINS

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.)

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  • In a very, very close race, Hillary Clinton won a dramatic Kentucky Democratic presidential primary by a razor thin margin over Bernie Sanders.  Click here to read article.

It's official - our new PERMANENT Democratic Party Headquarters is up and running! Located in the heart of Covington's revitalized business district, our new headquarters will serve as a meeting place, workspace, and public face for all the various Democratic organizations in Northern Kentucky.


To volunteer at our new HQ at 36 W. Pike Street in Covington, contact Tom Elfers at nkydemhq@gmail.com.


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.

New NKY democratic headquarters!

Did you Know you can register to vote online?