Eyes on Education in the Kentucky Gubernatorial Election

Posted by | October 20, 2015 | Uncategorized | No Comments
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Early childhood is front and center in the Kentucky gubernatorial campaign. The candidates have expressed their opinions on the issue in speeches, debates and with the media.  It’s clear that the election will impact children for years to come. The question is how. Who will do a better job making Kentucky a state where children thrive? Who is most likely to consider the needs of working families when creating a budget and setting policies. Who will pay attention to the research that demonstrates the importance of early childhood investments?

Take a look at the candidate’s websites to learn more about their positions on education and early childhood.

Jack Conway

Matt Bevin

Drew Curtis

Then urge your friends, co-workers and families to do the same.

Turnout is expected to be low and the results close. Every vote will be important. Please be sure to vote November 3 and if you are not able to vote then, vote before by absentee ballot.

To read more on the developing election, see the articles below and stay with us as we follow the election.  Look out for our action alerts to stay updated on more debates and messages you can send to these candidates, too.  Finally, be sure to engage in conversations on social media using the hashtags #kygov, #kyece, and #kykidsfirst.

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