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Since Ryan Quarles won the Agricultural Commissioner position his Representative seat in House District 62 will be vacated, which is all of Owen County, the City of Georgetown in Scott County, and North Fayette County. With that vacancy members of the local GOP in those areas will decide the nominee for the Republican party for […]

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TBK Endorses Matt Bevin for Governor of Kentucky

Published on 08 September 2015 by in Elections

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Recently at the last TBK meeting held on 8/15/2015, we endorsed Republican Matt Bevin for Governor in the General Election against Democrat Jack Conway. During the meeting his Lt. Governor candidate Jenean Hampton spoke to the group. After hearing her speak and knowing Matt already, we are convinced they are the better ticket. We know […]

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Take Back Kentucky decided at the April meeting to endorse Ryan Quarles for Kentucky Agricultural Commissioner. Quarles as shown an ability to listen and work with the grassroots, we believe Quarles will continue the work started by the current Ag Commissioner James Comer, as well as a vision of his own for the future that […]

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TBK Endorses James Comer for Governor

Published on 13 April 2015 by in Elections

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This election cycle, we have a real chance to take Kentucky in a positive direction, as we are blessed to have several good candidates running for Governor. However, Take Back Kentucky announces its official endorsement of James Comer, currently the Kentucky Agricultural Commissioner, as the best overall candidate in this race. Comer is from Monroe […]

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James Comer meets with TBK

Published on 02 November 2014 by in Elections

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Originally this information can be found in the Sept 2014 meeting recap post but for easy access we are posting both Comer’s and Heiners visit with TBK in their own blog entry The September TBK meeting was a pretty busy one. We started off with Governor Republican Candidate James Comer speaking to the group. Highlights […]

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Hal Heiner meets with TBK

Published on 02 November 2014 by in Elections

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Republican candidate for Governor Hal Heiner paid TBK a visit during the October meeting. Heiner started off telling members in attendance that he liked what TBK was doing and that the founders would be proud as this is the kind of citizen involvement he feels they would have envisioned. Heiner gave us a little background […]

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David Patterson paid TBK a visit during this months meeting (September) and spoke to  us for a few moments about who he is and about his campaign. David spent his early childhood in the Jefferson and Oldham County area; however, graduated high school in Ashland Kentucky. He graduated from Eastern Kentucky University and has worked […]

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