Update on the Republican Party

Much was accomplished at the August meeting of the Pendleton County Republican Party. Judge executive candidate and magistrate David Fields gave the group an update on the happenings of the fiscal court and the financial situation of the county. His monthly updates are always very informative and helpful to the group. Members were also visited by state treasurer candidate Allison Ball and Supreme Court Justice Michelle Keller. Both gave introductions and explained why they should be sent to Frankfort to represent the people. It’s always exciting to meet people from other parts of the state and hear that the party’s concerns are shared across the Commonwealth. Members also elected Travis Brinkman as the new Republican youth chairman. Brinkman is a freshman at Northern Kentucky University and is studying political science and pre-law. The “School Supplies Drive” was also held in August and many grocery bags of materials were donated to a classroom at Southern Elementary.

In the month of September, the Pendleton County Republican Party is pleased to announce that Hal Heiner, candidate for governor and former Louisville councilman, will be attending the next gathering. He will present his plan to move Kentucky forward into the future. Anyone willing to attend is invited to come. As always, the meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month at Howard’s Place in Falmouth. Meetings begin at 7 p.m.