Endorsed for 2020 Election

Endorsed for 2020 Election
Endorsed for 2020 Election
Endorsed for 2020 Election
Endorsed for 2020 Election
Endorsed for 2020 Election
Endorsed for 2020 Election
Endorsed for 2020 Election
Endorsed for 2020 Election

What I Believe

Economy

Kentucky needs a modern economy to compete in the 21st century. We need to ensure that we invest in the education of our workforce in order to seek new forms of revenue.

Education

High quality public education for all is a critical component of our society. It is time to shift the focus in education away from testing and toward deeper learning for all students.

Good Government

Preserving our Democracy is the primary job of all elected officials. Protecting our human rights and equally applying laws to all citizens is a necessity.

Pensions

The future of Kentucky's public pension system is one of the most critical issues facing the commonwealth. We need a common-sense approach to finding fair, long-term solutions to the pension crisis.

Healthcare

Affordable health care is a right, not a privilege. Access to healthcare, including mental health care, allows a person to work, as well as to otherwise contribute to society through volunteerism and/or further education.

Infrastructure

Kentucky needs crucial infrastructure improvements - everything from roads and bridges to increasing access to high-speed internet throughout the state.

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What Matters

Legislative Update, April 9th

A Legislative Perspective on the Kentucky General Assembly with State Representative Tina Bojanowski FRANKFORT – The General Assembly may enact dozens of new laws each year, but legislative sessions are invariably remembered for just a handful of major issues. The three most likely to top the list for 2021 include new, but unnecessary, limits on gubernatorial …

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Legislative Update, April 2nd

A Legislative Perspective on the Kentucky General Assembly with State Representative Tina Bojanowski FRANKFORT – Late last year, just a few weeks before the General Assembly arrived at the Capitol, a legislative leader predicted the pandemic would “limit our ability to tackle a large number of issues.”  Another said he expected a “lean” agenda. Never were …

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Legislative Update, March 26th

A Legislative Perspective on the Kentucky General Assembly with State Representative Tina Bojanowski FRANKFORT – When it comes to the checks and balances built into our form of government, few draw as much attention as the veto. Meaning “I forbid” in Latin, it has a long history in the United States, with President Washington issuing the …

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