Friday, May 16, 2008

Hillary Attends Community Picnic at Maker's Mark Distillery

Hillary Attends Community Picnic at Maker's Mark Distillery

Saturday, May 17, 2008 at 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM


Maker's Mark Distillery
3350 Burks Spring Road
Loretto , KY 40037
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More than 100 Kentucky Leaders Endorse Hillary

More than 100 Kentucky Leaders Endorse Hillary
by Jamie Radice

After a decisive victory in West Virginia, the Clinton Campaign today announced its Kentucky Steering Committee, made up of more than a hundred leaders across the state that are endorsing Hillary for President.

“We are honored to have the support of so many respected community leaders throughout Kentucky, all dedicated to making Hillary successful in Tuesday’s primary,” said State Director Jonathan Hurst.

Today’s announcement is the latest example of Hillary’s growing momentum across the Bluegrass State. The campaign has opened offices across Kentucky, and Hillary, former President Clinton, and Chelsea have actively campaigned throughout the state.

Hillary’s Kentucky Steering Committee follows below.


State Chair, Former Kentucky Democratic Party Chairman, Jerry Lundergan

State Co-Chairs

Former Governor and Senator Wendell H. Ford
Former Governor John Y. Brown
Former Governor Paul Patton
Former Kentucky First Lady Judy Patton
Former Governor Jullian Carroll
Former Senator Dee Huddleston
Former Lt. Governor Steve Henry
Former Miss America and Community Activist Heather French Henry
Former Kentucky First Lady Phyllis George
House Speaker Jody Richards
Former Attorney General and State Rep. Greg Stumbo
Majority Floor Leader Rep. Rocky Adkins
State Rep. Joni Jenkins

1st Congressional District

Rep. Fred Nessler
Rep. Brent Yonts
Rep. John Arnold
Rep. Will Coursey
Marshall County Judge Executive Mike Miller
Henderson County Judge Executive Sandy Lee-Watkins
Calloway County Judge Executive, Larry Elkins
Carlisle County Judge Executive, Greg Terry
Hickman County Judge Executive, Greg Pruitt
Hopkins County Judge Executive, Donald E. Carroll
Logan County Judge Executive, Logan Chick
Community Leader Evelda Stearsman
Muhlenberg County Judge Executive, Rick Newman
Todd County Judge Executive, Arthur Green
Community Leader Perry Stokes
Union County Judge Executive, Jody Jenkins
Webster County Judge Executive, Jim Townsend
Community leader Bonita Chandler
Henderson County Sheriff Ed Brady
Lyon County Judge Executive Jimmy Campbell
Metcalfe County Judge Executive Greg Wilson

2nd Congressional District

Larue County Judge Executive, Tommy Turner
Spencer County Judge Executive David Jenkins
Rep. Dottie Simms
Rep. Larry Belcher
Warren County Sheriff Jerry "Peanut" Gaines
Nelson County Judge Executive Dean Watts
Bullitt County Sheriff Donnie Tinnell
Hancock County Judge Executive Jack B. McCaslin
Community Leader Becky Reska
Community Leader Gary Bagby
Marion County Attorney Joe Mattingly
Marion County Jailer Barry Brady
Ohio County Judge Executive David Jones
Meade County Judge Executive Harry Craycroft
Meade County PVA Mark Straney
Spencer County Commissioner Bill Drury &
Community Leader Sandy Drury
Taylor County Judge Executive Eddie Rogers
Washington County Judge Executive John Settles

3rd Congressional District

Metro Councilwoman Tina Ward-Pugh
Metro Councilwoman Judith Green
Sen. Denise Harper-Angel
Rep. Mary-Lou Marzian
Rep. Tim Firkins
Rep. Steve Riggs
Rep. Tom Burch
David Nicholson- Circuit Court Clerk
Tony Lindaur- PVA
Dave Stengel- Commonwealth's Attorney

4th Congressional District

Rep. Robin Webb
Boyd County Judge Executive William "Bud" Stevens
Gallatin County Judge Executive, Kenny French
Greenup County Attorney Michael C. Wilson
Pendleton County Judge Executive Henry Bertram
Nicholas County Judge Executive Larry Tincher
Community Leader Joan Morris
Bracken County Judge Executive Gary L. Riggs
Carter County Judge Executive Charles Wallace
Carter County Attorney Robert W. Miller

5th Congressional District

Sen. Ray Jones
Rep. John Will Stacy
Rep. Leslie Combs
Rep. Keith Hall
Rep. Rick Nelson
Pike County Judge Executive Wayne T. Rutherford
Pike County Sheriff Fuzzy Keesee
Community Leaders Bill & Rose Deskins
Community Leader Bobby Combs
Floyd County Judge Executive R D Marshall
Floyd County Attorney Keith Bartley
Community Leader Lois Combs-Weinberg
Letcher County Judge Executive Jim Ward
Owsley County Judge Executive Cale Turner
Letcher County Magistrate Archie Banks
Letcher County Magistrate Keith Adams
Whitesburg Mayor James Wiley
Fleming-Neon Mayor Susan Polis
Jenkins City-Council Mayor Carol Ann Litts
Jenkins City Council Member Rebecca Terrill-Elswick
Whitesburg City Council Member Jimmy Bates

6th Congressional District

Rep. Harry Moberly
Majority Caucus Chairman Rep. Charlie Hoffman
Rep. Carl Rollins
Rep. Don Pasley
Former Lexington Mayor Teresa Isaac
Fayette County PVA Rene True
Fayette County Coroner Gary W. Ginn
Fayette County Commissioner Karen Shrader
Fayette County Commissioner Jim Ballard
Fayette County Magistrate Carol Stephenson
Fayette County Magistrate Frances Esenbrock
Woodford County PVA Becky Wilson
Franklin County PVA Patsy R. Conway

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Four Former Kentucky Governors Endorse Hillary

Four Former Kentucky Governors Endorse Hillary
by Jamie Radice, Kentucky Communications Director

After a landslide victory in West Virginia, the Clinton Campaign today announced that former Kentucky Governors Wendell Ford, Paul Patton, John Brown, and Julian Carroll are endorsing Hillary for President. The endorsements demonstrate the widespread support Hillary continues to receive throughout the Bluegrass State.

“The Presidency is the hardest job in the world and the American people deserve a leader who can rise to the challenge,” said former Governor Wendell Ford. “In the thirty years I have known Hillary, she has consistently proven she can deliver results. Whether fighting to reform our nation’s health care system or offering a responsible solution to ending the War in Iraq, Hillary has proven time and again she has what it takes to get the job done.”

“The people of Kentucky need a President who has the strength, experience, and leadership to lead on day one," said former Governor Julian Carroll. “My friendship with Hillary goes back more than 30 years and I know she'll make a fine President. Hillary is the leader that Kentucky needs and I look forward to helping deliver victory for her on Tuesday.”

"I am proud to support Hillary today,” said former Governor John Y. Brown. “I had the opportunity to serve with President Clinton and I got to know Hillary as a person. With the complex problems that have been created over the last eight years, I would feel most comfortable with Hillary because she has the skills and experience to handle them.”

“I am honored to have the support of these distinguished Kentucky governors, and look forward to working with them to jumpstart the economy and rebuild the middle class,” Clinton said.

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Florida and Michigan Votes should count

Sign petition for the votes to count in Florida and MichiganMillions of voters in Florida and Michigan are depending on you to help make sure they have a voice in this race. Will you stand up for them today?

Thanks to your efforts, thanks to the hundreds of thousands of people who have already spoken out, the DNC's Rules and Bylaws Committee is meeting May 31 to make a decision about whether or not the votes in Michigan and Florida will count.

Now I need you to urge the DNC to make the right decision on May 31. I need you to remind them that in the Democratic Party, we count every vote.

On May 31, the DNC has a chance to make it clear that the people of Florida and Michigan have a voice in our party. The decision is especially critical given the important role these states will play in November. And your voice could make the difference for the millions of people who went to the polls in those two states to make their choice for president.

I have consistently said that every vote must count. It is such an important principle in our party. I really appreciate you standing up for the values we share.

Thank you,

Hillary Rodham Clinton

P.S. Forward this message on to your friends, and urge them to join you!

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