Matt Bevin’s letter to Northern KY: “I need your help”Posted by Editorial Staff on May 16, 2015
Dear Northern Kentuckians,
Tuesday, May 19th is Election Day!
Voting is a right, a privilege and, more importantly, an obligation of ours that far too often we avoid. This level of apathy is destroying America. Northern Kentucky has a strong base of conservative voters and is a beacon for the rest of our state, but the turnout numbers in state-wide races continue to be abysmal at best.
Nine percent of Northern Kentuckians showing up to vote is not good enough. We can do better than this. Kentucky deserves better than this.
I am running for Governor to address many of the problems that continue to ail us. I will fight to cut taxes, shrink state government, dismantle KYNECT, repeal Common Core, and address our pension crisis.
If elected as your next Governor, I assure you that the Brent Spence Bridge will be a priority. Unlike the other candidates, I have not voted for or supported tolls in the past. Also unlike the other candidates, I am the only one with a viable plan on how to fund the bridge upgrade. Instead of tolls, we will utilize a portion of the Federal funding that the state already receives.
I need your help though! Please encourage your friends, family, and neighbors to show up to vote this Tuesday, May 19th. Give Northern Kentucky a voice.
Please share this letter with all of your NKY contacts so we can increase the turnout in such an important part of the state and let’s get out the vote.
- PDF: Matt’s NKY Letter
I would be grateful for your vote on Tuesday, May 19th.
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