Stand For Kentucky Action Page
On this page find resources for taking action during the Kentucky General Assembly and beyond.
Toolkit for Stand For Kentucky actions
- Tips for effective lobbying.
- Tips sheet for Facebook live-streaming
- Fill out this form to let KFTC know how your conversations with legislators go. Help us build our knowledge base.
- Download this group address book file to add all Kentucky lawmaker contacts to your contacts in your computer or phone.
Find out who represents you in Frankfort and contact them:
- Call or write your legislators to let them know your views on important issues. Frankfort offices line: 502-564-8100
- Call the toll-free legislative message line (1-800-372-7181) to leave a message for any legislator or group of legislators. Message line hours during session: Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Set up a meeting with your legislators in your home district. During the General Assembly legislators usually meet with their constituents on Saturday mornings in their home districts.
Contact your representatives in Washington, D.C.:
- Here's our Congressional Delegation page.
- Follow KFTC’s bill tracker for an updated list of bills we’re prioritizing and following during the legislative session.
- Visit the Legislative Research Commission’s website to find the latest version of any bill and lots of other important information
If you wish to lobby with KFTC in Frankfort or at home, fill out this form to let us know. We generally meet in the morning in the Capitol Annex cafeteria. Please note that you will need a driver's license or other form of government ID to enter the capitol or capitol annex. For questions or more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are some upcoming lobby days with KFTC and ally groups
√ Tuesday, March 7 – Kentucky Council of Churches Prayer in Action focused on Energy and the Environment, 9:30 a.m. in the Capitol Annex; more info HERE
√ Tuesday, March 7 – Clean Energy Lobby Day with the Kentucky Sustainable Energy Alliance. Meet at the KCC Prayer Action, Capitol Annex Room 171.
√ Tuesday, March 14 – Kentucky Council of Churches Prayer in Action focused on Refugees and Immigrants, 9:30 a.m. in the Capitol Annex; more info HERE
Resources for Resistance and Organizing
Building Local Groups for the Long Haul
Kentucky Should Reject Dangerous Call to Reopen Constitution – A policy paper from the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy
General Assembly handouts for bills to support
- Voting Rights: HB 170 / SB 69
- Comprehensive Tax Reform: HB 263
- Uniform Residential Landlord Tenant Act: HB 510
- Clean Energy Opportunity Act: HB 338
- Death Penalty Abolition: HB 251, SB 131
General Assembly handouts for bills to oppose