KFTC on Social Media
Other KFTC Facebook pages
- Central Kentucky chapter
- Floyd County chapter
- Harlan County chapter
- Jefferson County chapter
- Letcher County chapter
- Madison County chapter
- Northern Kentucky chapter
- Perry County chapter
- Rowan County chapter
- Scott County chapter
- Shelby County chapter
- Southern Kentucky chapter
- Wilderness Trace chapter
Chapter Facebook groups
Non-chapter pages & groups
Issue Facebook pages
- The Canary Project
- New Energy & Transition
- The New Power Pledge
- Voting Rights for Former Felons – Kentucky
Blogs that write regularly about KFTC issues
Here are some other websites related to KFTC's work
- kentuckyelection.org – this site has candidate responses to questionnaires sent out by KFTC for statewide and some local races, as well as other general voter information.
- Kentucky Deserves Better – a project to show that Kentuckians deserve good jobs, clean water and air, safe and healthy families, and honest and transparent government, focused on letting U.S. Rep. Hal Rogers know that Kentucky deserves better than the harmful decisions he is making.
- New Power PAC – the New Power PAC is KFTC's political action committee formed in 2010 to lift up the voices of ordinary Kentuckians in critical elections
- GoodDemocracyKy.org – a site set up by KFTC and the New Power PAC to highlight critical voting issues at play in the 2011 Secretary of State election in Kentucky.
- Appalachian Transition Initiative – a site devoted to fostering a conversation about a more just, sustainable and prosperous future in Central Appalachia, set up by KFTC and the Mountain Association for Community Economic Development (MACED).
Here are some ally groups
- Kentucky Sustainable Energy Alliance
- Alliance for Appalachia
- Partnership for Kentucky's Future
- Kentucky Center for Economic Policy
- Mountain Association for Community Economic Development (MACED)
- Appalachian Citizens Law Center
- Citizens Coal Council
Here are some other websites you may find useful
- Vote-Smart – has biographies, voting records, issue positions, ratings, speeches and campaign finance information for all national and statewide elected officials and candidates.
- Kentucky Legislative Research Commission – has all kinds of information about the Kentucky General Assembly, including legislation, members, proceedings, schedules and more.
- OpenSecreets.org – operated by the Center for Responsive Politices, this site tracks money in U.S. politics and its effect on elections and public policy.