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Saturday, August 3 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Afternoon Repeat - Democracy in Action: Engaging and Empowering a Base of Kentucky Voters

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Do you want to learn how you can engage and empower voters in your community? KFTC believes that fostering relationships with voters before, during and after election day is key to building a progressive political base in Kentucky. And door-to-door canvassing is the best way to build relationships with voters and empower them to take action all year long. This workshop will give you the tools for planning and running a door-to-door canvass in your community. Come learn how to take action for democracy!  

Speakers
avatar for Greta Elenbaas

Greta Elenbaas

Greta lives in northern Kentucky's Fort Wright, and has been a KFTC member since 2017. She is involved in racial justice and democracy teams locally, and is committed to helping develop educated and empowered Kentucky voters. Greta is excited about KFTC's five-year plan to restore... Read More →
avatar for Alvin Madden-Grider

Alvin Madden-Grider

Alvin Madden-Grider, at 9 years old, accompanied his mom to the Jefferson County polls, leafleting voters in support of new school taxes to improve education for students with learning disabilities. As teachers, writers, journalists and parents, Alvin and his spouse/partner Fannie... Read More →
avatar for James Bacon-Brown

James Bacon-Brown

Central Kentucky KFTC Member
James lives and works in Lexington. He is a member of the Central Kentucky chapter and is involved with the chapter’s Democracy Team.

Workshop Organizers
avatar for Alicia Hurle

Alicia Hurle

Deputy Organizing Director for Democracy, Kentuckians For The Commonwealth


Saturday August 3, 2019 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Skylight Room @ Boone Tavern

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