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WHY I'M RUNNING

As the Democratic Minority Leader in the Kentucky State Senate, I’ve spent my career standing up to the Trump-Bevin Republicans in Frankfort. I’ve stood firm on our progressive values to protect health care and teachers’ pensions, promote clean energy and defend choice so that Kentucky doesn’t look like Texas.

 

At the same time, I’ve built coalitions to pass meaningful legislation to help survivors of domestic abuse, preserve marriage equality, promote equity, empower trafficking survivors and reform our criminal justice system. 

 

I’m running to get things done in Washington with a proven track record of results. Congressman Yarmuth’s retirement leaves a huge hole in our delegation and we need to ensure that Kentucky continues to have an effective Democratic voice in Congress. 

 

For the past eight years, I’ve represented Mitch McConnell’s state senate district in the KY legislature. And I’ve done it as an unapologetic, won’t-back-down progressive Democrat. Now I want to go push back against McConnell’s dangerous agenda in Washington because Kentucky deserves much, much better. 

 

I’m going to fight to tackle the existential threat of climate change (I have three kids and I’d like to leave them a liveable planet), end generational poverty, pass universal pre-K, paid family leave and more affordable childcare, rebuild our infrastructure, codify a woman’s right to choose into federal law, and reform our criminal justice system in part by legalizing marijuana.

 

I’d be honored to have you be a part of this campaign. There’s a lot of work to do.

A PROGRESSIVE CHAMPION. FOR KENTUCKY.

 
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MEET MORGAN

Morgan decided to run for office because he knew we needed a new generation of leaders in Frankfort. As the Democratic leader in the KY state senate, Morgan has never shied away from the toughest fights.

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