Kentucky House District 27 | Kentuckians For The Commonwealth

Kentucky House District 27

Stacy Crosslin and Brian Chism are running in the Democratic primary for the District 27 House seat (Meade County and a portion of Hardin County). Crosslin responded to the KFTC survey.

The winner will face Republican incumbent Nancy Tate in November; she has no primary opposition.

Stacy Crosslin

Political party: Democrat

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Question 1:

What’s your vision for Kentucky? How will the lives of Kentuckians be improved as a result of your time in office?

I envision a Kentucky where all its citizens feel they have a fair shot at the American Dream. I believe that every Kentuckian, in every part of our state, must have access to a free, quality public education and that affordable post-secondary education and training has to be a priority for our state. By creating a highly skilled and educated workforce, we will attract more industries to our state and provide more high-paying jobs for our citizens. I will work to both protect public education and to attract industries to bring stability to our region. I want Kentucky to be a state where every citizen has access to quality, affordable healthcare and where we ensure families do not lose coverage based on pre-existing conditions. If elected, I will support legislation that supports working families, provides upward mobility for the working poor, and grows and strengthens the middle class. I am ready and willing to be the voice that faithfully represents and advocates in Frankfort for the needs of our citizens.